Ground broken for advanced manufacturing center

RP news wires, Noria Corporation
Once completed next fall, the Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Tennessee will offer associate of applied science degree programs in electrical/electromechanical technology, machine tool technology and welding/metal fabrication technology, and the chemical process operations technical certificate program.

Domtar donated the land for the facility, while Eastman is providing $2.7 million of a state grant for workforce development to fund the RCAM's construction. The RCAM will also receive $1.9 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to pay for building equipment and scholarships. Eastman is providing scholarship money as well.
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