The New Gloucester facility will focus on creating a skilled workforce for careers that are expected to be plentiful in the next few decades, such as solar technicians.
|Edward D. Murphy, Portland Press Herald|
After closing its campus for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Unity College is reopening its residential campus and branching out.
The college is reopening its central Maine campus in a few weeks, and this fall will open the new Technical Institute for Environmental Professions at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester – with a mission that’s both different from and similar to its parent college.
The institute will offer courses in environmental sciences, as the main school does, but the New Gloucester facility will be aimed more directly at creating a skilled workforce for careers that are expected to be plentiful in the next few decades, such as solar technicians and outdoor recreation specialists. Keep reading