a new biotechnology facility to replace
the college's current, outdated facility.
the evolving needs of our workforce
partners, particularly in the STEM
industries," Cowan said. "Specifically,
biotech in Massachusetts is one of the
economic engines, and we welcome op-
portunities to align our college graduate
preparedness with the industry clusters
of our region."
continue its workforce development
programs. "We must be available to
step in for workforce training needs for
local companies who may need help
training their employees," said Cowan.
"But we must also continuously look for
opportunities to blend internship and
work experiences into our students'
daughters to college? So they will grow
good citizens, right?," Cowan asked,
speaking rhetorically. "But what if they
never got a job?"
every community college is responsible
for," said Cowan. "Everything we do
is workforce development meaning
everything we do is to help our students
get a job when they graduate."