Workforce & Education
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Campbell County’s key industries include automotive parts manufacturing, highly-skilled machine operations, defense contractors, appliance manufacturing, biotech, commercial metal and building systems. The presence of these varied industrial operations, paired with robust training programs, assures a workforce that is diverse and multi-skilled in many trade specialties.
Roane State Community College’s Campbell County campus provides two-year associate degrees. The college also offers continuing education opportunities to local business and industries in customer service and quality manufacturing, and certificate programs in operations, professional development, real estate and banking.
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Jacksboro offers programs in machine tool technology, automotive technology, nursing, welding technology and many more fields to prepare students for a competitive job market.
Tennessee’s innovative workforce partnerships and education reform are developing qualified candidates for skills in high demand. Tennessee is leading the way in education reform by increasing the number of Tennesseans with college degrees or certifications through Tennessee Promise and TN Reconnect. As the only state in the country with these initiatives, Tennessee promises employers the support of highly skilled workers.
Tennesseans Employed in Advanced Manufacturing in Campbell County
Students Currently Enrolled in 3 Regional Higher Education Institutions
Investment Tax Credit for Machinery Purchases
Schools & Education
Campbell County offers many postsecondary options including Lincoln Memorial University, Roane State Community College, Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Jacksboro, Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Oneida/Huntsville and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.