WMU ramps up No Worker Left Behind efforts
June 11, 2009
KALAMAZOO--Western Michigan University has intensified its efforts to publicize availability of its programs under Michigan's No Worker Left Behind program, launched by Gov. Jennifer Granholm in 2007 to support education and retraining for certain high-demand occupations.
The University has purchased print and online advertisements in public media and launched a Web site at wmich.edu/noworker specifically to address questions from those who qualify for the program.
The Web site includes more than 35 bachelor's, master's and certificate programs that qualify, with more WMU programs being added each week.
You can participate in the program if...
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