MALTA — Kishwaukee College was awarded scholarship dollars as part of a new partnership with the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) and the Gene Haas Foundation (GHF). The partnership will help prepare more students for success in precision machining careers in the manufacturing industry.
“This partnership will ensure that our new program is of the highest quality and meets industry standards,” said Matt Feuerborn, Associate Dean of Career Technologies at Kishwaukee College. “We will be aligning our curriculum to NIMS standards and providing our students with NIMS to affirm that our students are gaining the technical skills necessary for workplace success.”
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