Editorial: Aisin jobs program boon for community



A program outlined this month in which Aisin U.S.A. will employ 10 Jackson County high school graduates from the class of 2014 and help them obtain certification and a college education is great news for the community.

The program involving the Seymour auto parts maker, local high schools and the Jackson County Education Coalition is also a wonderful example of how well public-private partnerships can work to benefit our communities and the people who

live here.

The new school-to-work program will enable Aisin to hire young, local talent now to develop its workforce for the future and give students an incentive to pursue a career in manufacturing. We’ll hope the program is successful and spur more businesses to do the same.

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