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NORTH CAROLINA – Educational institutes across the US state of North Carolina have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Honduras’ Central American Technological University (UNITEC) in a bid to train students and ensure the next generation textile workforce is prepared for the push towards nearshoring.

North Carolina State University, Gaston College and Catawba Valley Community College will all contribute to the collaboration, which has been backed by the US Department of State.

Dr John Hauser, president of Gaston College, said: “The time is now to invest in the future of the textile and apparel industries, and Gaston College and Catawba Valley Community College look forward to playing a key role in training textile operators to support the impressive growth and investment in this critical sector.”

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