Region’s federally recognized aerospace industry brings new dollars

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Cincinnati State is evaluating locations to open its second welding laboratory and plans to open a “working warehouse” to act as a training center for its expanded logistics programming, said grant administration director Lawra Baumann.

Sinclair Community College in Dayton is developing new programs and credentials for the advanced manufacturing industry, said spokesman Adam Murka.

These expanded training options for in-demand occupations are funded by grant awards attributed to the Cincinnati-Dayton region’s year-old designation as a nationally recognized manufacturing community.

Read the story in the Dayton Daily News.