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State Announces Collaborative Effort to Transform Virginia Community College SystemState Announces Collaborative Effort to Transform Virginia Community College System
Governor Ralph Northam has announced a collaborative effort to transform workforce programs offered through the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) ... To best prepare students with the skills needed for high-demand, well-paying jobs, VCCS will work to redesign career pathways so that skills training begins at the start of each program, reports The Roanoke Star.

Virginia Intermont owners want to establish business collegeVirginia Intermont Owners Want to Establish Business College
"Owners of the former Virginia Intermont College are taking steps to establish a business school at the Moore Street campus. Earlier this year, VI’s owner, U.S. Magis International Education Center, contacted the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia to begin the process of establishing a new college," according to the Bristol Herald Courier.

Colleges scramble to create a talent pipeline for tech jobsIn Prime Position
"As Amazon green-lights two new headquarters in New York and Northern Virginia, universities and colleges scramble to create a talent pipeline for tens of thousands of high-paying tech jobs," reports Inside Higher Ed.
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