Workforce Paradox conference coming to tech colleges
February 4, 2014
From hngnews.com: “Workforce Paradox conference comes to Madison march 27” — Wisconsin continues to battle the workforce paradox – high unemployment, yet employers desperately seeking qualified workers.
The WMC Foundation, in partnership with the Wisconsin Technical College System and all 16 Technical Colleges, is proud to highlight current workplace solutions and an early preview of a new initiative to establish a 20-year strategic plan for the state called – The Future Wisconsin Project.
Each session will include a panel presentation on innovative practices in K-12, college programming, and customized business solutions followed by discussion. There will be an optional college tour at some sites immediately following the program.
February 17 – Gateway Technical College, Kenosha.
February 19 – Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton.
February 21 – Blackhawk Technical College, Janesville.
February 25 – Western Technical College, La Crosse.
February 26 – Milwaukee Area Technical College.
March 3 – Northcentral Technical College, Wausau.
March 4 – Waukesha County Technical College.
March 6 – Chippewa Valley Technical College, Eau Claire.
March 7 – Indianhead Technical College, Rice Lake.
March 11 – Nicolet Technical College, Rhinelander.
March 13 – Mid-State Technical College, Wisconsin Rapids.
March 14 – Lakeshore Technical College, Cleveland.
March 17 – Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay.
March 18 – Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac.
March 21 – Southwest Technical College, Fennimore.
March 27 – Madison College.
The cost to attend is $30/person; $20/person for WMC and/or local chamber members.
To register or for more information call 608.258.3400 or visit www.wmc.org.