I was there. This is excellent.
About 200 people came together Friday, February 12, 2015, at the Delmarva Power Conference Center in Newark Delaware, to take the first steps in developing an integrated “Pathways to Prosperity” education and training system to prepare young people for high paying careers that may not require a college degree.
The attendees of the morning-long event were from Delaware education, business (primarily manufacturing), and government (primarily the Delaware Department of Labor, and the Delaware Workforce Development Board).
Delaware Governor Jack Markell opened the session with comments reflective of his recently completed State-of-the State Address.
“We need to recognize that jobs will be created where entrepreneurs can find a workforce with the abilities they need to grow and succeed,”…
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