In a ground-breaking strategy, transportation organizations and workforce investment boards are coming together to share expertise and resources to grow the transportation workforce. As part of a national initiative, St. Louis, Missouri will lead the way for the Midwest as one of a dozen sites selected to pilot this model across the country.
http://mtwc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/St-Louis.png6301500Maria Harthttp://mtwc.engr.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MTWC-Website-Header-Logo.pngMaria Hart2017-04-13 13:57:372017-04-13 19:50:39Midwest Take Note: St. Louis is Taking the Lead with New Partnership Model for Highway Construction Workforce Development
This summer, the Midwest Transportation Workforce Center (MTWC) is hosting a series of conversations focused on diversity and inclusion practices. Most businesses understand that diversity creates value in the workplace, builds stronger, more innovative teams, and will be critical to addressing future workforce shortfalls. However, implementation often falls to the wayside as the day-to-day objectives of running a business take priority.
http://mtwc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HighwayMaintenanceEngineering_B.png6301500Kerri Phillipshttp://mtwc.engr.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MTWC-Website-Header-Logo.pngKerri Phillips2017-04-12 18:45:122017-04-13 19:01:54Adams: Highway Maintenance Career Pathways Must Highlight What Interests Young People, Leverage Established Programs