Employees Glimpse Future at “Community Day”
With all the projects underway at Goodwin College, it can be difficult to keep up to date on progress. On Monday, April 29, the College dedicated a day of employee development to bringing workers up to date on all the new buildings under construction or nearing completion throughout the River Campus.
Goodwin employees donned hard hats and safety classes as they got a first-hand look at some of the College’s new projects, including the Connecticut River Academy, Early Childhood Magnet School, and 403 Main Street. Chartered buses brought several hundred Goodwin employees around the College’s widening footprint, allowing them to see up-close the development of Goodwin’s campus, as well as locations for future expansion.
Goodwin College is undergoing an unprecedented growth spurt as it seeks to serve area high school students as well as a growing college population.
The tours were part of Community Day, an all-employee training day held three times each year.