ASU, Drive48, and Pima County prepare to fill thousands of jobs in statewide 'manufacturing boom'

A recent grant awarded to ASU by the U.S. Department of Labor seeks to create a new program called Arizona Workforce Training Accelerator Partnership for Next Generation Jobs, or simply AZNext, with three focus areas: IT, cybersecurity, and advanced manufacturing.

In this story published March 31, 2021, in the Phoenix Business Journal:

The main thing with the grant is it is giving us enough of the seed money to build a permanent infrastructure for workforce acceleration.


Raghu Santanam, professor and chair of the Department of Information Systems




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