Talent + Workforce

Dec 22, 2022


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After seven years of planning, fundraising, and construction, the renovated factory now known as the Bradley County Partnerships in Industry and Education (PIE) Innovation Center hosted the biggest gathering of manufacturing and political leaders ever in Cleveland on Thursday. By mid-October 2022, more than 150 high school students will be coming to the PIE center for half of their school day each day to be trained and work in a variety of technical and medical careers in programs designed by local industry leaders. Click here to learn more!

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