Maryland leaders focus on job training during Hagerstown Community College celebration

Saying that Maryland businesses need “homegrown talent,” Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford praised local job-training programs Thursday.

Rutherford and Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly M. Schulz were at Hagerstown Community College to help celebrate milestones in two training efforts.

The first was the formal opening of the new Energy and Trades Training Center on the HCC campus.

The second was Maryland’s initial listing as a Work Ready Community through the ACT WorkKeys program.

Maryland leaders focus on job training during Hagerstown Community College celebration