Flint-based college to get $56M in software for auto industry job training
Mott Community College will get a $55.8-million software in-kind grant from Siemens to help train students to work in a variety of manufacturing jobs without the need for a four-year degree.
The grant will be announced this morning during the 2014 Automotive Summit at the Manufacturing in America Symposium at Ford Field in Detroit.
The donation means students at the Flint-based college will have access to the same Siemens product lifecycle management (PLM) software used by most automakers and suppliers and about 1,000 companies total in Michigan, company officials said.
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