Charmilles Technologies/Mikron U.S. company President Harry Moser recently participated in the U. S. Dept. of Education Community College Virtual Summit held in Washington. During his presentation, Moser focused on the importance of training to combat the skilled workforce shortage. "A 49-year-old toolmaker with an Associate's Degree on average has the potential to earn $1 million more in net worth than an individual of the same age possessing a Bachelor's Degree in English," says Moser. Attendees at the summit included business, college, and government leaders as well as web-broadcast participants. Visit charmillesus.com for more information.