PARMA, Ohio — America’s skilled labor shortage continues to haunt employers who have the jobs, but lack the trained workforce.
In an effort to bridge the gap, Bryant & Stratton College recently announced the introduction of an electronic technology associate degree to be offered at its Parma campus. The new program prepares students for a variety of cutting-edge STEM-related careers.
Bryant & Stratton College Market Director Paul Wehrum said the curriculum addition has been on the radar for two years.
“The most important factor was the need by different employers in this area for individuals who would develop skills in