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Cambridge College's Tower Square campus is the first school in Massachusetts certified to offer classroom pre-apprenticeship training in hospitality under a program it designed with the help of MGM Springfield. Apprenticeships as a way of training people for careers make most people think of the construction trades - for example plumbing, carpentry, steelworking - said William McKinney, director of the division of labor standards for the state Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. "We are trying to change that," McKinney said during a press conference Tuesday outside Cambridge College's Tower Square offices. "We are building a number of apprentice programs for many careers. The goal is to bridge that gap between people who need these jobs and the employers who are looking for certain skills." The program begins in February and will be large enough to accommodate as many as 1,200 students, said Teresa Forte, Cambridge College Springfield director. Classes range from one week to four weeks and run in cycles. Tuition is $159 to $459 depending on the length of the course, and classes can be credited toward Cambridge College's degree program in hospitality management, Forte said. "It's serving that need for servers, bussers, security people ... every job that involves hospitality," Forte said....
Class News
The students of Dr. Jaime Abreu’s Calculus II (MAT 631) course are studying the concepts of speed and acceleration associated with the position function. To contextualize these concepts, the class went beyond the classroom and took to the skies. They continued the learning by flying a drone DJI Phantom 3 Standard in the UPR Athletic Track. In particular they used the tool "WAYPOINTS" of autonomous programmed flights to build a function that defines discrete points in a polygon and flew over the vertices of the polygon. Norelys students Paola García Pérez, Miguel Rivera Rivera, Cynthia Torres Ramos and Isamar Torres participated in the field trip.