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31304
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Explanations of North Carolina's rapid industrial, agricultural, and commercial growth are tied to the increasing importance of the developing system of industrial education centers, technical institutes, and community colleges. These institutions are a still growing network serving approximately 200,000 students a year.
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31307
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Thousands of young Tar Heels are receiving on the job technical training under the Apprenticeship Training Program of the North Carolina Department of Labor. The program assists employers all over North Carolina in setting up well organized, long term, on the job training in nearly 200 skilled trades.
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31312
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Dairying ranks 4th in North Carolina's agricultural cash income, and citizens of the state enjoy over 14 million gallons of ice cream a year. Sealtest foods, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a leader in the state's dairy industry operating in sales, distributions, and storage plants across the state. Operating as a major division of National Dairy Products Corporation, Sealtest employs more than 800 North Carolinians in 14 plants.
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31311
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Designed for students over 14 years old who are preparing to go directly into employment after high school, trade and industrial education in North Carolina includes training for skilled or semi-skilled occupations. Trade and industrial education is divided into three phases: introduction to industrial education, cooperative training, and preparatory training.
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31315
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Cone Mills, a long-time textile pioneer, continues to make important scientific advances as a producer of more than 20 different types of fabrics. Cone also manufactures an increasing variety of corduroys, denims, twills, sateens, poplins, terries, and flannels.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 22 Issue 6, November 1964, p110-112, 173, por