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Nine Nashville State Surgical Technology students awarded scholarships from VUMC.
Urban League of Middle Tennessee and Nashville State Announce Partnership to Strengthen Workforce Pipeline
During a special event at Cathedral of Praise, located on Clarksville Pike, The Urban League of Middle Tennessee and Nashville State Community College announced a partnership to pull resources together to address workforce shortages and upskilling...
Nashville State and Cat Financial Launch Apprenticeship Program for Information Technology-Focused Students
Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation (Cat Financial) and Nashville State Community College announced the launch of a new apprenticeship program with support from the State of Tennessee and Middle Tennessee Workforce Board.
John Cunningham has been hired as director of Healthcare Partnerships at Nashville State Community College, and will focus on building successes by taking engagement and coordination to the next level through Nashville State’s Center for Workforce...
Nashville State, BGSF Partner to Launch Darrell Freeman Fellowship for Information Technology-Focused Students
The Darrell Freeman Fellowship at Nashville State Community College, in partnership with and financially supported by BGSF, will educate and support students who want to successfully enter the Information Technology field upon graduating with an...
Upon completing the short, free program, Bryant listed the certification on her resume “and immediately got a job opportunity less than two minutes from my house.”
With more than 20 years of experience in the field, Johnson has been hired as the executive director of Nashville State’s Workforce and Community Development Department, a function within academic affairs.
Inmates that will be transitioning out of the Houston County jail have received a two-week training designed to prepare them for entry-level positions as operators and maintenance technicians in the manufacturing industry.
Nashville State Community College Expands Industrial Process Control Technology Program to Clarksville campus.
With more tech companies flocking to the Nashville area and employers in every industry needing to fill job positions with skilled IT professionals, Nashville State has stepped in to be a key workforce solutions partner.