(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Central Arizona College.)
By Aaron Dorman | Pinal Central
SIGNAL PEAK — A major component of Pinal County’s recent leap into the technology sector came to fruition Wednesday morning with the official opening of a regional workforce training center, named Drive48, on Central Arizona College’s Signal peak Campus.
“Today is a historic day for the college,” said CAC President Jackie Elliott. “This center will serve as a hub for education and training in advanced manufacturing for Arizona’s advanced technology corridor network, and the foundation for a growing and highly skilled workforce.”
The project was a joint effort whose partners included CAC, the Arizona Commerce Authority, Pinal County, the city of Casa Grande and Lucid Motors.