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MCC recognized for ‘building successful workforce’

The Aspen Institute has recognized collaboration between Monroe County and Monroe Community College as a national model for best practices in workforce development.

In a new report entitled “The Workforce Playbook, a Community College Guide to Delivering Excellent Career and Technical Education,” MCC and five other colleges were cited for their successful initiatives.

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo and MCC Vice President for Economic and Workforce Development and Career Technical Education Dr. Todd Oldham discussed the report and its significance Wednesday during our Greater Rochester Enterprise Why ROC conversation.

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