Posted Monday, October 16th, 2017
Caucus Meets Tuesday, October 17, at CCM
Proposed bond issue to be principal focus of vocational-technical school, county college and advanced manufacturing educators at County College of Morris
State Sen. Bob Gordon, chair of the bipartisan Legislative Manufacturing Caucus, announced today that the panel will hear from county vocational-technical school, county college and advanced manufacturing educators at the Caucus’ second public meeting, this one to be held at the County College of Morris in Randolph tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 17).
“It is important that we hear both from manufacturers and from educators at county vocational-technical schools, county colleges and advanced manufacturing institutes as we develop plans for a major vocational-technical and job training bond issue to be placed on next year’s ballot,” said Sen. Gordon (D-Bergen/Passaic).
“Senate President Sweeney’s proposal has already received widespread support from Democratic and Republican legislators, and from educators, business and labor leaders.”
The Manufacturing Caucus meeting, which is open to the public, will begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, October 17, at the County College of Morris Student Community Center, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph Township.
The meeting will include a tour of the Engineering, Design and Advanced Manufacturing program that the Morris County Vocational-Technical School District launched in 2015 in partnership with County College of Morris and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Panelists at tomorrow’s meeting include: