|Posted on: February 16, 2017|
Western Iowa Tech Community College (WITCC) has been designated by the Korean Council of College Education to continue hosting students for the Global Workforce Training Program. This year, WITCC will be one of five worldwide sites and the only one in the United States.
“The renewal of our designation as an approved school is a real feather in our cap and really reflects the quality of our staff and college as a whole,” said Terry Yi, WITCC Executive Director of Global Education and International Affairs.
In addition to WITCC, McGill University in Canada; Northern Sydney Institute in Australia; Burton and South Derbyshire College in England; and Shanghai University of International Business and Economics in China will host students for this program in 2017.
Last year through this program, WITCC hosted 39 students from South Korea for four months of vocational English training and job shadowing. 2017’s Global Workforce Training Program enrollment numbers will be announced at a later date.
For more information about this program contact James Zuercher at James.Zuercher@witcc.edu.