In addition to the economic impart that results from strengthening New Hampshire's skilled workforce, CCSNH adds $77 million annually to the economy from employment and employee expenditures and institutional expenditures on goods and services in New Hampshire.
CCSNH is preparing New Hampshire's future workforce while working to keep education affordable.
CCSNH is working closely with entrepreneurs and manufacturing companies to design dozens of training and education programs that target development on science, technology, engineering and math skills.
Late last year, JoEllen Space assumed her role as director of online advanced manufacturing programs and career training for CCSNH.
Poised for growth, manufacturers need more technically skilled workers, and under a Department of Labor grant, CCSNH has partnered with businesses and state agencies to form the Advanced Manufacturing Partnerships in Education initiative.
With e-learning, hybrid and common core courses, CCSNH is building stronger and higher capacity training programs, he said.
also offers an online version of its concurrent enrollment program, called eStart, which enables students to take dual credit courses online that they may not have been able to fit in their schedules or that are not offered at their school.