Stark State College to Receive Over $500,000 From State for Shale Education

From Crain's Cleveland:
There is still some life in the shale gas boom down in Canton — at least for Stark State College. 
The school, which has been training workers for the oil and gas industry for several years and opened a well-site training center in 2014, has received $506,483 in state education funds to provide its “ShaleNET” education and training to students at Eastern Gateway Community College and Hocking College. 
“The Ohio Department of Higher Education selected the ShaleNET Share project for funding because it meets Gov. John Kasich’s higher education strategy of promoting educational excellence and economic efficiency and stabilizing or reducing student tuition rates at colleges and universities,” Stark State said in a news release.
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