At MTWC, we know that apprenticeship is an important piece of the puzzle for growing the much needed talent for the Transportation industry. We have compiled several resources around apprenticeship available through the MTWC website and on the MTWC Community of Practice Google+ page. Webinar Series: Accelerating Apprenticeship in the Transportation Sector Recordings, presentations, and […]
If you ask most companies in shipping or logistics if it is possible to hire someone with an associate degree who knows logistics, engineering, and information technology, they will tell you that such graduates do not exist, and they would be right. But, graduates with this unique set of skills will be hitting the workforce in just two years thanks to a new AAS program coming out of Columbus State Community College in Columbus, Ohio where the first class of students have enrolled in the degree program and begun their instruction this fall.
The Midwest is taking the lead in a unique partnership of a dozen workforce development boards working in tandem to drive economic growth in the region. In July, workforce leaders from 12 Midwest cities convened in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to sign an agreement creating the Midwest Urban Strategies Consortium, the first partnership of its kind in the country.
http://mtwc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/MUS-Map-1.png6301500Kerri Phillipshttp://mtwc.engr.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MTWC-Website-Header-Logo.pngKerri Phillips2017-09-25 17:10:262017-09-25 17:13:45Unprecedented Partnership of 12 Workforce Development Boards Formed to Revitalize Midwest Economy