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Message from the Executive Assistant to the President
Dear Colleagues,

The past couple of weeks have been very busy at ITBD with much good news and publicity about our programs.   From changes in the Advisory Committee leadership to a recent Press Conference with Congressman Murphy, to the launch of our Facebook page and our Client Appreciation Day event we are getting positive responses on our activities.  Read our current outreach functions below at your leisure.

If you are interested in contributiong to our Facebook page read Jen Pelletier's section below.

Richard Mullins, Jr. Executive Assistant to the President mullinsr@ccsu.edu  860-832-0700
Training Grant-ed: ITBD gets $150,000 to Assist Local Manufacturers
NEW BRITAIN — Central Connecticut State University’s Institute for Technology and Business Development is getting a $150,000 boost to its employee training programs, U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy, D-5th District, announced Monday. more >>>

Chris Murphy ~ ITBD at Admill

ITBD Training Turns into Employment
The people at Capital Workforce Partners and CT Works were instrumental in allowing Gil Violette to advance his skills after he was put out of work due to a plant closing.  From the very first day, the CT Works staff in Enfield were helpful in getting him funding and then started through orientations and educational assistance.  more >>>

ITBD WIA Participant Employed

Scene @ CCSU: ITBD focused on president’s State of the Union vision
Sunday, February 6, 2011 10:55 PM EST
Central Connecticut State University’s Institute of Technology and Business Development, which is located in downtown New Britain, is in its 25th year as a self-sustaining workforce development and business services provider, and is a contributor to the state’s economic growth.  more >>>
Scene @ CCSU
Human Simulator Gives Nursing Students a Taste of Trauma
The simulator is housed at the Institute of Technology and Business Development in downtown New Britain.  With a $60,000 price tag for the unit alone, it was brought to ITBD this fall and was immediately put to work training New Britain EMS paramedics and EMT's.  more >>>
ITBD 3G Human Simulator
ITBD Names New Chairperson 
NEW BRITAIN — Frederick Krol last month became the first Central Connecticut State University Alumnus to become chairperson of CCSU’s Institute of Technology and Business Development (ITBD) Advisory Committee.

Located in downtown New Britain, ITBD serves to facilitate local businesses.  “They offer a lot of resources to the state of Connecticut,” Krol said.  more >>> 
Fred Krol
City's Manufacturing Tradition Must be Protected 
NEW BRITAIN HERALD ~ Feb 8, 2011
Leave it to Rick Mullins to gather a conclave of doers and thinkers about manufacturing in the state.  more >>>  
New Britain Manufacturing
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ITBD on Facebook
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InstituteTechnologyBusinessDevelopment
 
2011 Achievements
 
Message from the Assistant to the President
Training Grant-ed: ITBD gets $150,000 for Local Manufacturers
ITBD Training Turns Into Employment
ITBD is now on Facebook
Scene @ CCSU: ITBD focused on president’s State of the Union vision
Human Simulator Gives Nursing Students a Taste of Trauma
ITBD Names New Chairperson
City's Manufacturing Tradition Must be Protected 
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