March 5, 2018 – Bismarck State College has entered into a five-year agreement with the Dammam based National Power Academy to provide energy sector training to Saudi youth. As part of Bismarck State College’s three-year program, Saudi high school graduates will receive training in energy related fields, including nuclear, renewable, electrical and mechanical studies. Saudi Aramco and Saudi Electricity Company helped establish the Academy in 2014 to strengthen the local energy sector workforce, and will provide trainees with job opportunities upon graduation. Located in North Dakota, Bismarck State College is ranked as one of the leading educational institutions in the Midwest.
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