Gloucester News

March 22nd, 2019

GCIT Students Take First Place in Greater Philadelphia Automotive Technology Competition

Students from the Gloucester County Institute of Technology placed first in a hands-on competition at the Greater Philadelphia Automotive Technology Competition (Tech Comp). Fred Holland and Riley Radcliff, students in [ Read More: GCIT Students Take First Place in Greater Philadelphia Automotive Technology Competition ]

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October 4th, 2018

New partnership for health care literacy: RCGC, GCIT and Nemours Children’s Health System

See the story on SNJ Today: Rowan College at Gloucester County (RCGC) and Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT) have announced a new partnership agreement with Nemours Children’s Health System [ Read More: New partnership for health care literacy: RCGC, GCIT and Nemours Children’s Health System ]

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May 20th, 2018

What’s your ‘secret sauce’? National policy groups say CTE in New Jersey could be a model for the nation

A growing number of  national policy leaders think New Jersey’s system for delivering career and technical education (CTE) could be a model for other states. So earlier this month, three [ Read More: What’s your ‘secret sauce’? National policy groups say CTE in New Jersey could be a model for the nation ]

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March 29th, 2018

From NJ.com: There’s a massive shortage of workers in N.J. These groups have a plan to fix it

By Bill Gallo There are employers across the state with 40,000 job openings and no qualified applicants to hire. In a program that’s a first in New Jersey, there’s a [ Read More: From NJ.com: There’s a massive shortage of workers in N.J. These groups have a plan to fix it ]

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