Dallas College will take the lead in training people for good paying, biotech jobs. The catalyst is a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. Public and private sector partners will join in the training that’s expected to deliver 1,100 much-needed workers in a matter of months.
8 million in federal grants to biotech workers Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Jason Janik / Dallas College chancellor Justin Lonon calls the $8." Dallas College will take the lead in training people for good paying, biotech jobs.Dallas College was awarded the $8.Dallas College’s Ben Magill, associate vice chancellor of economic opportunity, workforce and advancement, said healthcare and healthcare support occupations are part of what’s expected to be the fastest growing industry sector.
Dallas College chancellor Justin Lonon called the grant a big deal.North Texas colleges and universities secure $8.