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At WOS, rewriting the code on workforce development

By GREGORY ZELLER // In-demand coding skills may prove to be just the ticket for three dozen under-employed college graduates, thanks to a socially minded nonprofit and a leading regional utility. New York City-based Workforce Opportunity Services – a registered 501(c)3 aiming to diversify and bolster regional workforces by preparing underserved communities to fill specific industrial gaps – has created a 15-week coding course in collaboration with PSEG, a sort of “last mile” effort designed…


Airlines rise to $13 billion heights in JFK terminal plan

By GREGORY ZELLER // Two global air-travel stalwarts are doubling down on John F. Kennedy International Airport. Texas-based American Airlines and London-based British Airways will invest a combined $344 million in expansion and customer-focused improvements at the international travel hub, which ranks as the world’s 22nd busiest, the nation’s sixth busiest and the metropolitan area’s single-busiest airport. Marking a big forward step for his comprehensive, $13 billion modernization strategy for the Queens airport, Gov. Andrew…


Composite Prototyping Center lands a big one

By GREGORY ZELLER // Plainview’s Composite Prototyping Center is welcoming “the world leader in advanced composite training” into the fold. The CPC announced this week that Nevada-based Abaris Training Resources, a 35-year veteran provider of training programs focused on composites-based engineering, manufacturing and repair, will close its only East Coast training site, located in Georgia, and transfer operations to CPC’s 25,000-square-foot facility. The CPC – where manufacturing-focused workforce development, prototyping and hands-on technical training in…