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Committed to job training

Following President Barack Obama’s appeal for partnerships between educational institutions and businesses on job training, Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I., on Jan. 30 joins the New England Institute of Technology and two local companies to commit to the initiative to train 2 million Americans. From left, John Paige, senior product test supervisor at Astro-Med; Don Nokes, owner of NetCenergy; Langevin and Steve Kitchin, vice president for corporate education and training at New England Tech.

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Committed to job training

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Following President Barack Obama’s appeal for partnerships between educational institutions and businesses on job training, Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I., on Jan. 30 joins the New England Institute of Technology and two local companies to commit to the initiative to train 2 million Americans. From left, John Paige, senior product test supervisor at Astro-Med; Don Nokes, owner of NetCenergy; Langevin and Steve Kitchin, vice president for corporate education and training at New England Tech.

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