Bucks Announces Partnership for New Facility at Epstein Campus
The County of Bucks joined the College in unveiling plans for the ‘Bucks County Center for Economic & Workforce Development’
Bucks County Community College joined officials from the County of Bucks Wednesday, October 17, to announce a partnership to make use of a new building to be constructed at the college’s Bristol Township campus.
The “Bucks County Center for Economic & Workforce Development” will be a two-story, multipurpose building located at the Gene & Marlene Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks. Slated to open by 2021, it will house the college’s Center for Workforce Development, Bucks County Career Link, the Workforce Development Board, and the County of Bucks Economic Development offices.
Pictured at the announcement at the Epstein Campus are (left-right) Dennis Jones, chair of the Bucks County Workforce Development Board; Dr. Stephanie Shanblatt, president of Bucks County Community College; Mary Smithson, chair of the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority; and Robert Loughery, chair of the Bucks County Board of Commissioners.