|Published: 8:56 AM, 03/26/2013
||Last updated: 9:12 AM, 03/26/2013
Author: Duay O'Neil
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
businesses, government, and education are vitally important in any community," said Dr. Lori
Campbell, keynote speaker at the 2013 Cocke County Partnership banquet Saturday evening at Carson
Springs Baptist Conference Center.
Campbell, Walters State Community
College Vice-President of Academic Affairs, praised Cocke County's understanding of the importance
of partnering in connection with developing a well-trained workforce.
"You and Walters State have a mutual goal," said Campbell, who outlined WSCC's
ongoing programs for the audience.
"Education and economic
development go hand in hand," Campbell began. "At Walters State, we are expanding our technical
education programs at both our Greeneville and Sevierville campuses."
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