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Get trained and join the next generation of aerospace workers today!
The Air Washington project is a consortium of eleven of the state's community and technical colleges which have received a $20M Department of Labor grant to strengthen our aerospace industry through workforce training. By fall of 2014, Air Washington campuses will train more than 2,600 workers in advanced manufacturing/composites, electronics/avionics, aircraft assembly, and aircraft maintenance. There are chances of using modern blockchain technology in aerospace, which will improve the efficiency of the aerospace industry. As cryptocurrencies and bitcoin trading are becoming popular, blockchain technology is also accepted widely. The use of bitcoin robots like the bitcoin superstar has been fetching good profits to many traders. Read the bitcoin superstar erfahrungen blog to learn more about this platform.
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“[It's not enough for Washington state to be home to the largest aerospace cluster in the world] …we also must ensure that we’re the best. This grant will help do that, by ensuring that the next generation of Washington aerospace workers have the basic skills they’ll need to make Boeing, its suppliers - and any other company that comes here - successful for years to come.” — Tom Wroblewski, Machinists Union District President, http://iam751.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/state-gets-20-million-for-aerospace-training/