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Lorain County Community College Continues to Inspire Students with FlexFactor® Online

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By: Christina Moore, Workforce Development Manager, NextFlex Recently we had the opportunity to catch up with Deanna Strauss Hersko, M. Ed, the FlexFactor Program Director at Lorain County Community College (LCCC). Deanna manages LCCC’s Career Technical Pathways and Programs in addition to leading the local implementation of NextFlex’s FlexFactor program. …

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NextFlex’s FlexFactor Concludes an Active Semester

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By Mikayla Ridi, NextFlex Workforce Development Project Manager In early December NextFlex co-hosted the FlexFactor Finals: Silicon Valley events with San Jose City College (SJCC) and Evergreen Valley College (EVC) in San Jose, CA. The events featured judging panel representatives from each college, industry partners Jabil, DuPont, and 219 Design, …

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Middle School STEM Students Visit DuPont’s New Silicon Valley Technology Center with NextFlex

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By Mikayla Ridi, Workforce Development Project Manager, NextFlex When the yellow bus full of students approaches their destination, the excitement builds. Students from Dartmouth Middle School (San Jose, CA) had a great opportunity on Friday, November 9th, 2018, to be one of the first middle schools to visit the newly …

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NextFlex Teams up with Boeing for Second National Expansion of Workforce Development Program

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Students in Huntsville-Madison County, Alabama, will participate in FlexFactor following $250,000 Boeing grant HUNTSVILLE, Ala.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Boeing has awarded $250,000 toward a new workforce development initiative in partnership with the Alabama Community College System and NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Innovation Institute. The fund will fuel the local adoption of …

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