$40,000 Committed To Promoting Capps Technology Center

Pictured-- Front row. left to right: Mayor of Greenville, Errick Simmons; Hillary Boggs, Controller with the WCEA; Terri Lane, Executive Director of CFWC; Ryan Ashley, Vice Chairman Board of Directors of the WCEA; Todd Donald, Vice President of Workforce Economic Development of the Capps Technology Center; and Chris Masingill, Federal Co-Chairman with the Delta Regional Authority.

 

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Community Foundation of Washington County has committed $20,000 towards the Delta Workforce Marketing Initiative, which was matched by the Delta Regional Authority to make a total of $40,000 available towards the development and implementation of a marketing plan for the Capps Technology Center of Mississippi Delta Community College in Moorehead. The new initiative is a will work to rebrand and promote the training programs and classes of the Technology Center throughout Washington County with the goal of helping residents become aware of skills training that’s available to be more easily employed. “We greatly appreciate the Washington County Economic Alliance for developing and administering a program that will be a vital component of workforce development in the region,” said Chris Masingill, Co-Chairman of the DRA. The Capps Technology Center, the workforce training arm of Mississippi Delta Community College, is located in Indianola, Mississippi and offers a wide array of training opportunities from manufacturing basics to welding to hospitality.

 


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