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Business people – moving up

The following article is from the Star Tribune

March 19, 2019

Cluster, through an investment led by Mark Cuban, ECMC Group, strategic edtech and workforce CEOs, launches the first U.S. marketplace matching Industry 4.0 skills to jobs at Aviation, Aerospace, Defense and Automotive companies in Southern California.

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Cluster secures $1.9M to revolutionize engineer hiring for manufacturers

March 19, 2019

The following article is from Online Marketplaces

ECMC Group has promoted Iris Cumberbatch to senior vice president of corporate affairs.

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NC State Education names 2019 ECMC Foundation fellows for postsecondary career and technical education research

The following article is from NC State University

March 15, 2019

Sixteen research fellows from institutions across the nation have been selected to participate in the CTE Research Program at North Carolina State University–Sponsored by ECMC Foundation. Known as ECMC Foundation Fellows, the researchers selected for this program will participate in two training institutes, webinars on research methods, and a convening focusing on postsecondary CTE.

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Cluster raises $1.9M to transform hiring engineers in the manufacturing industry

The following article is from Venture Beat

March 14, 2019

Cluster, the first U.S. marketplace matching Industry 4.0 skills and jobs, announced that it closed a $1.9 million seed round of financing.

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Mark Cuban, ECMC lead $1.8M round for cluster to develop industrial tech talent

The following article is from Ed Surge

March 14, 2019

The allure of "tech jobs" and the salaries they command have given rise to new industries, from coding bootcamps to specialized recruiters. Yet the likes of Google and Facebook sometimes overshadow sectors that have been—and remain—core to the American economy: industrial manufacturing. It's in this niche where Cluster operates, and is growing. The Culver City, Calif.-based startup has raised $1.9 million in a seed round led by Mark Cuban and ECMC Group, an education nonprofit.

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