Grant Award Recipient

from the Department of Labor

In 2012, the Technology & Logistics Program in the Computer Applications & Office Technologies Department was awarded $3,000,000 by the Department of Labor to further enhance the program. The project elevated ELAC’s success in preparing workers and students for a wide range of logistics jobs in a geographic area that is home to the world’s fifth busiest port. Objectives included: increasing student completion success, accelerating student transitions into logistics career path education, expanding local capacity to supply employees for forecasted labor demands in logistics, and accelerating student entry and transitions into logistics job fields requiring college-granted certificates.