As Georgia continues to cement its place as a 21st century manufacturing powerhouse – with its business-friendly, low-cost, warm climate, one area that is getting more attention is developing a capable workforce. After decades of the general zeitgeist preaching four-year college attainment, that is changing a bit and the state’s robust support for the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) is helping that change.

The state’s new manufacturing jobs require plenty of skills and education but they may not all be found at a four year university. The TCSG helps to administer the College and Careeer Academies program across the state and helps to advocate for CCAs at the legislature.   

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