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The Importance of Workforce Development
- a perspective from Higher Education


There is growing recognition of the important role workforce development plays in our region. The economic future of Southeastern Wisconsin hinges on having access to a workforce that is competitive in the global economy. This month Workforce Enterprise examines the role of higher education in developing our current and future workforce.

Dr. Sammis White, UW-Milwaukee
Beth Norris, UW-Parkside
Dr. Darnell Cole and Sandi McClary, MATC
Dr. Barbara Prindiville, WCTC
Bryan Albrecht, Gateway Technical College


Barrett to address job training in the city
Barrett is asking the state to give the city more authority to implement and oversee job training efforts.

County will take on role of matchmaker
Racine County embarks on a plan to link workers with jobs.

Region wins jobs grant
$5 million will go to help skills match needs.

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