The Gamm Vocational Training Program was established in 1986 as a state funded, locally operated program designed to assist the agricultural community by providing vocational training opportunities. Through the initiative of Grover Gamm, a farmer, businessman and former member of the State Board of Education, it was recognized that many farmers would need retraining to find employment off the farm, or to hold a part-time job that would allow them to stay on the farm. Since northeast Missouri had few vocational training facilities, the Gamm Program was set up as a broker for vocational education. Program participants could examine programs offered at over thirty vocational training facilities and choose the one that best met personal training and employment goals.
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