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Central Piedmont Community College has invested $24.5 million into its Cato Campus to address overcrowding and provide room to grow academic and work-force training programs.
That 85,000-square-foot facility, called Cato III, increases the campus' overall space by 85% when it opens in January. CATO III
Philip L. Van Every Culinary Arts Center,
Central Piedmont Community College,
425 North Kings Drive at the corner of Kings and 7th Street
He does it as part of the Apprenticeship 2000, a program of five Charlotte-area manufacturers that trains students on the job, pays for their college and guarantees them work after graduation. The program, offered at CPCC, is marking its 20th anniversary this year.
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