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Technical community colleges—like Laney College and the Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing—have accelerated programs for students and working professionals to learn real-world skills and are often located close to industry. These colleges have the potential to supply a steady stream of talent to meet the biomanufacturing, facilities engineering, and operations needs of the alternative protein industry. Creating vocational programs that train the labor force to work in alternative protein facilities will streamline the labor transition needed to power the future of food.
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To ensure a strong talent pipeline, there is a need to launch robust university programming, ranging from certificate programs to short multi-course modules, centered around alternative protein. Full majors would…
There is a significant and urgent need to launch and support university and online courses in order to build and extend the talent pipeline of students going into the alternative…
The alternative protein industry has a significant need for workers and innovators with specialized knowledge spanning multiple traditional disciplines. However, since few universities offer alternative protein majors or dedicated subject…
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