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About NPT2

Alabama Southern Community College has received almost $3 million renewed funding for the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) National Center of Excellence Grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant helps the College continue its innovative leadership in workforce development for the pulp and paper industry.

Through initial funding of this grant in 2004, Alabama Southern Community College established the National Center for Pulp and Paper Technology on its Thomasville Campus and has led the development of the National Network for Pulp and Paper Technology Training (npt)2. 

For all non-technical questions and requests contact: Martha Wynn, mwynn@ascc.edu, (334)637-3194. For all technical questions contact: Dr. Michael Kocurek, mjkocurek@ascc.edu, (843)456-3698.
Download registration form for 2013 Operator Training Conference & Workshop here

Click here to go directly to the National Center for Pulp and Paper Technology Training website.

"Is a Pulp and Paper job right for you?": http://www.careersinpaper.com/

For more information on Pulp and Paper careers, visit The Career Center: http://careers.tappi.org/

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