Clark State Community College plans $5.9M workforce development center
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Clark State Community College is proposing a $5.9 million renovation project to transform the Brinkman Educational Center into a Center for Workforce Development.
The center is meant to serve the training needs of local and regional employers, according to a funding application from the college. It will be equipped with "state-of-the-art" presentation technology, including video conferencing capabilities and high-speed internet access.
Repurposing the building into a workforce development center will bring more businesses to downtown Springfield, and will encourage new businesses to locate to the area, a Clark State official said.
The college also anticipates that more than 1,000 new jobs will be created if the project is successful.
Read the full article at the Dayton Business Journal.