Clint Gilbertson has been named Project Manager of the North Dakota Advanced Manufacturing Skills Training Initiative (NDAMSTI) at North Dakota State College of Science. NDAMSTI was recently awarded a $2.7 million Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. Gilbertson’s new role will include managing this grant for its duration, over the next four years.
Gilbertson is a tenured faculty member who has served as an Associate Professor for Welding Technology at NDSCS since 2007. He has received an Associate of Applied Science degree in Welding Technology from NDSCS, a Bachelor of Science in Technology Education from Valley City State University and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
“Clint’s expertise in manufacturing, instructional technology and leadership makes him an excellent choice for this appointment,” said Barbara Bang, Dean of Technologies and Services at NDSCS. “We look forward to the contributions Clint will make to this project.”
The NDAMSTI program focuses on opportunities to develop and enhance programs of study that incorporate work based training opportunities, and to develop the skills needed that are comprehensive and customized to the adult learner and employee. This training model enables North Dakota businesses to maintain a well-trained workforce and to stay viable and competitive.
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