Camden County College: Camden County College Receives Grant from Johnson Controls Community College Partner Program
Increased courses for the education of skilled trades and the training of technicians
Camden County College received $ 100,000 through the Johnson Controls Community College Partnership Program, which aims to equip our students with the in-demand knowledge and skills that will support employment and a path to a lifelong career after graduation. graduation. In addition to the funding, Johnson Controls employees will support CCC through volunteerism and mentoring, providing students with real-world experience, internship opportunities, and professional networking connections.
“We are proud to partner with Johnson Controls to provide our students with skilled trades education and technician training opportunities,” said Donald A. Borden, President of Camden County College. “The funding will be used to expand HVAC technician training and the College’s Programmable Logic Controller Certificate of Achievement programs. In addition, we are developing a Programmable Logic Controller certificate program specifically related to the use of Johnson Controls technology.
The CCC is one of ten community colleges to receive grants for the 2021-2022 academic year. The grant is provided by Johnson Controls for the purpose of expanding associate degree and certificate programs in the areas of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), fire and security systems and digital building automation, all areas where the United States Bureau of Labor anticipates an increased need. for the expertise of the skilled trades in the years to come. In general, funding will support the purchase and development of classroom materials, learning technologies, and scholarships.
“Johnson Controls is proud to build on our significant presence in the city by partnering with Camden County College through the Community College Partner Program. We believe the program will enable people to build lifelong careers that will transform their lives and the city. said Grady Crosby, vice president of public affairs and director of diversity at Johnson Controls. “Just as smart and healthy buildings are essential to our well-being, well-educated and trained technicians are essential for our environments to function safely and efficiently. As a leader in the construction industry for over a century, Johnson Controls is honored to share our expertise with the nation’s leading community colleges.
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