Minnesota Jobs Skills Partnership grant will support mechatronics training
Several area businesses will be able to train employees through the program
Republican Eagle (also Post Bulletin), November 11, 2020
Supported by a $400,000 Minnesota Jobs Skills Partnership grant, Minnesota State College Southeast’s Red Wing campus will collaborate with seven industry partners to bring mechatronics training to the area.
“The businesses involved in the grant are committed to participating in the design and development of the curriculum as well as enrolling their employees in the training,” according to Katie Hardyman, director of business relations at MSC Southeast. Area manufacturing companies involved in the project include Red Wing Shoe Co./S.B. Foot Tanning Co. and 3M Fall Protection in Red Wing; Ardent Mills, Hearth and Home Technologies, Pepin Manufacturing, and Valley Craft in Lake City; and Gemini in Cannon Falls. Read the full story