Employers develop in-house training to find workers
Alabama employers are becoming creative to lure and train workers in a time of full employment.
Trenholm State opens Advanced Manufacturing Training Center
FAME, Festo Didactic partner with Trenholm State on the project to prepare workers for industrial jobs.
Snead State breaks ground on workforce training center
Snead State Community College officials and local and state dignitaries broke ground on Thursday on the Workforce Skills Training Center.
Community colleges plan workshops for military and veterans
Alabama Community College System is hosting workshops around the state to introduce active military, veterans and their families to college programs.
Highlands College opens dorm funded by Hobby Lobby CEO
Highlands College’s first on-campus student housing, funded by a $20 million gift from Hobby Lobby founder and CEO David Green and his family, has opened on the school’s campus in Birmingham
USSA names new president and CEO
Dr. Steve Condon is the third person to lead the school. He brings more than four decades of service to higher education institutions.
Northwest-Shoals receives $950,000 grant for student resources
The U.S. Department of Education grant will support 300 students with basic needs and skills training.
Spotlight on Tallapoosa & Chambers: Higher Education
Two community colleges provide several certificate and degree options for area residents, including at Southern Union State's Valley campus.
EV buses soon to pick up Albertville school children
City school system will receive $7.5 million toward the purchase of electric buses
New biomedical research building approved for UAB
Pending additional approvals, the Biomedical Research and Psychology Building will house the Department of Psychology and School of Medicine departments.