MINING NEWS: UA budget cuts imperil mining training programs
University seeks funds from state lawmakers to expand programs for new engineering, mining, oil and gas and construction jobs
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Alaska lawmakers, grappling with a requested $36 million hike in the University of Alaska budget this year, could end up axing about $3 million aimed at training young Alaskans for the thousands of new jobs expected in the state’s mining, oil and gas, process and construction industries during the n....
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Training opportunities would be lost
First priority existing programs
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