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Appalachian Regional Commission
Federal-state partnership working for sustainable community & economic development in the 13 states of Appalachia.
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Why have some counties in the region experienced growth? It’s likely due to 1) Diversified economies 2) Designation as retirement destinations 3) Proximity to major research universities Read the full report to learn more:
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 24
Did you know the region is made up of 13 states and five subregions? Our latest report is packed with interesting facts on the 25.6 million people who call the region home. 's has more -- check it out!
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NC Workforce Solutions May 24
Communities in 29 western NC counties are encouraged to apply for grants through the new Workforce Opportunity for Rural Communities initiative
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NEPA Alliance May 23
The Alliance, on behalf of the and presented the Carbondale Technology Transfer Center (CTTC) with a $55,000 ARC grant. The goal of this project was to promote biz development in advanced manufacturing, biotech research and life sciences.
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 23
Are you part of a workforce development initiative in ? is offering grants up to $2.5M for program expansion! We're hosting 2 grant workshops for interested applicants. Register for NY here: or for TN here:
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BroadbandIO May 23
We’re at the ARC POWER grantees convening where federal co-chair Tim Thomas says ARC POWER is investing in because it’s essential for coal impacted communities. Our POWER award is the first of its kind for NC. Read more about it here:
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Unlimited Future May 23
UFI staff members are attending the convening in Athens to learn about the great impacts of these investments in !
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Bill Woodrum May 23
Great time representing in Athens, OH with POWER meeting. Lots of learning from each other. Well done,
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 23
Today we’re at with 120+ ARC POWER partners! We’re hearing more about their incredible work in coal communities and exchanging ideas on how we can continue to help thrive and grow. Learn more about the program at .
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PRB May 22
Why have some counties in the region experienced growth? It’s likely due to 1) Diversified economies 2) Designation as retirement destinations 3) Proximity to major research universities Read the full report to learn more:
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PRB May 22
Which one of these cities is located in ? Don’t know? Check out the new Chartbook to find out!
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PRB May 22
NEW RELEASE: The Appalachian Region: A Data Overview From the 2013-2017 American Community Survey. Learn about the latest trends and population characteristics in the 205,000 sq miles along the Mountains.
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 21
It’s here! The 9th annual Chartbook (published in partnership w/ ) has 300K+ data points on ’s economy, employment, education & more. It’s the only report distilling census & American Community Survey data into a resource on the region:
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NACo May 21
: ' work with examines the disproportionate effect and funding regarding the in Appalachian counties
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Voinovich School May 21
“ARC is successful because of partnerships. It takes both the federal side and state side to move our projects forward.” Scott Hamilton, Executive Director
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Marshall Health May 20
We are proud to have Robert Hansen representing WV on the 's new Substance Abuse Advisory Council. Hansen is Executive Director of WV's Office of Drug Control Policy and Director of Addiction Services for the and .
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 20
Innovation belongs in 'coalfields & cornfields just as much as Silicon Valley or Capitol Hill.' Cool read about rural entrepreneurs! Glad to see ARC partner share how they're diversifying economies & training workers in
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 20
Are you ready to join doers, thinkers & ? Apply for the Appalachian Leadership Institute! The deadline is less than 2 weeks away. Don't miss the chance for nine months of free skill-building seminars held across the region:
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WVPB News May 17
Appalachian Regional Commission Announces Plan to Build ‘Recovery Ecosystem’
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Appalachian Regional Commission May 17
Communities across are making incredible strides in tackling . "Opioids in Appalachia" is a new tool we launched w/ to help them continue those efforts. It offers research, practical recommendations & more -- check it out!
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