Yakima Nation Tribal School in Toppenish, Washington recently implemented a Marcraft smart grid, solar pv and wind technology training program. Instructor training was completed in April 2013
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The study from Georgetown University found that certificates in fields like computer and information services, transportation and business can boost earnings by 20 percent, on average, over people who just have high school diplomas.
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Featured Marcraft News
The Western Campus of Wayne County Community College District is going to be using multiple units of the Marcraft Clean Electrons and Energy Auditing Training Panels as part of its new Renewable Energy Technology Training Program.
The Muncie and Indianapolis campuses of Ivy Tech in Indiana recently implemented a Marcraft smart grid training program. The Muncie campus will also be using the Marcraft Solar PV program.
South Louisiana Community College in Opelousas, LA is going to teach a smarthome program using the Marcraft Residential Electronics Systems Integrator suite of training panels. The Marcraft training equipment was delivered and installed in May 2013.
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