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Photo Gallery: President Obama, Secretary Solis in Ohio
(April 18, 2012)

Images include:

  • President Obama marked his second visit to Lorain County Community College (LCCC) in Elyria, Ohio where the college's Transformations Program for Computerized Numerically Controlled Machining had placed more than 90 percent of participants, majority of whom displaced or unemployed workers, in jobs within three months of graduation
  • President Obama highlighted how the federal job training funding is assisting displaced and unemployed workers with getting jobs in high-demand, high-growth industries
  • On the hallway of the student lounge at the Lorain County Community College is welcome messages to President Obama
  • Lorain County Community College President Dr. Roy Church emphasized the partnership the college has with local One-Stop, non-profits, and businesses help enhance its ability to serve both employers and job seekers. The college was selected as one of 20 grantees nationwide for the DOL Job Accelerator funding focused on the clusters of flexible electronics and alternative energy
  • Secretary Solis speaks about the investments made to community colleges in job training programs for "jobs of today and tomorrow"
  • Graduates of Lorain County Community College's job training programs stand behind the President as he highlights the success of job training programs for displaced and unemployed workers
  • Secretary Solis speaks about the job training programs like the one at LCCC serving low-income and underserved communities, i.e., training veterans, women, young people, minorities, and the long-term unemployed to able to compete and get set on career pathways

Images include:

  • President Obama marked his second visit to Lorain County Community College (LCCC) in Elyria, Ohio where the college's Transformations Program for Computerized Numerically Controlled Machining had placed more than 90 percent of participants, majority of whom displaced or unemployed workers, in jobs within three months of graduation
  • President Obama highlighted how the federal job training funding is assisting displaced and unemployed workers with getting jobs in high-demand, high-growth industries
  • On the hallway of the student lounge at the Lorain County Community College is welcome messages to President Obama
  • Lorain County Community College President Dr. Roy Church emphasized the partnership the college has with local One-Stop, non-profits, and businesses help enhance its ability to serve both employers and job seekers. The college was selected as one of 20 grantees nationwide for the DOL Job Accelerator funding focused on the clusters of flexible electronics and alternative energy
  • Secretary Solis speaks about the investments made to community colleges in job training programs for "jobs of today and tomorrow"
  • Graduates of Lorain County Community College's job training programs stand behind the President as he highlights the success of job training programs for displaced and unemployed workers
  • Secretary Solis speaks about the job training programs like the one at LCCC serving low-income and underserved communities, i.e., training veterans, women, young people, minorities, and the long-term unemployed to able to compete and get set on career pathways