Prince Rupert Grain has been a tremendous supporter of our efforts to create an accessible workforce. It is through their support, and hopefully that of others, that the college will be able to continue to provide training and education our communities and businesses need to stay economically viable." â€“ Stephanie Forsyth, NWCC president outlining the support of one of Prince Rupertâ€™s largest employers towards trades training at the college.
With an eye looking towards the future, Prince Rupert Grain continued with its ongoing commitment to training in the Northwest with another installment towards their 100.000 dollar funding of trades training at Northwest Community College.
Itâ€™s the third year that the company has partnered with the college and provided financial assistance towards the electrical program at the college, realizing that an investment today will pay large dividends in the years to come, as locally trained tradesmen and women seek out the specialized jobs at the Grain elevator and other industrial sites around the city…
( from the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article atowncalledpodunk.blogspot.com/2 … 5673143017 )-