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Missouri Enterprise partners with a correctional facility to grow the workforce

Jimmy Story, Missouri Enterprise Business Programs Manager that serves the state’s agriculture growers and producers, recently attended a graduation ceremony for eight individuals who completed a workforce training program and hope to soon be employed following the completion of their time at the Southeast Correctional Center in Charleston, Mo.

Missouri Enterprise, the state’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership center, teamed up with the Missouri Department of Corrections, the Missouri Department of Labor, Lincoln University, Mid-America Food & Hub Training Center, the Division of Workforce Development, the Workforce Development Board of Southeast Missouri and the area Missouri Job Center to develop a 12-week training course focused on the agriculture industry.

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