NPR News interviewed president Joe Mulford of Pine Technical and Community College about the college providing two years of free tuition to local high school graduates. Check out the full story here.

Mulford: The data that we share with these young people that are considering colleges, it's projected that 70% of the jobs in the future economy - and not in the near-future economy - are going to require some level of post-secondary education. That could be a shorter certificate. It could be a full two-year degree. So those are the types of programs that we have here at Pine, and we're excited to get more people in there with those skills and are going to earn those great wages when they're done.


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