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NCWE E-Newsletter - June 2017
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The National Council for Workforce Education

WORKPLACE E-NEWS

June 2017

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
The Future of Workforce Education: Leading ~ Engaging ~ Transforming
October 25-26, 2017 Hilton Hotel - Salt Lake City, UT

♦ Register for the Conference

♦ Make Hotel Reservations

Think There is Nothing to Do in Salt Lake City – Thing Again! – Visit this Website to See


NEW BOARD MEMBERS FOR 2017-2018
President-Elect
Dr. Girard Melancon, Executive Director Continuing Education and Workforce Solutions
Baton Rouge Community College

Elected Board Member
Dr. David Bathe, Chancellor, Ivy Tech Community College – Lafayette

At-Large Board Members
Dr. Bill Pink, President, Grand Rapids Community College
Rick Bouillon, Associate Provost Workforce and Economic Development
Salt Lake Community College

Visit the “About” webpages to learn more about each new board member.

Photo of 2016 Executive Committee with Grede Award Winner


NCWE BOARD MEMBER BLOGS – FEATURED POST
Planning for Post-TAACCCT: Achieving Sustainability through Short-term Certificates and Applied Baccalaureate Degrees
  Dr. Jo Alice Blondin, President
  Clark State Community Community College


As the TAACCCT program ends, many of these colleges and their partners are engaged in identifying ways to sustain and scale up the work accomplished and lessons learned from TAACCCCT. One of the ways that Clark State has sought to sustain its TAACCCT grant is to continue to build short-term certificates as well as add an applied baccalaureate degree in Manufacturing Technology Management....Click Here to Read More

Photo Courtesy of Clark State Community College


Survey of Approaches to Prepare Young People for Work
America’s youngest workers are entering a changing labor market. These changes have implications for how organizations prepare young people for work. The Aspen Institute is conducting a survey to learn more about services to prepare young people for work, which will help to reveal how organizations are adapting to changes in the labor market. If you provide services to young people ages 16 to 24 to prepare them for employment or self-employment, please complete the survey. The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete.

Click Here by June 21 to Complete the Survey

All respondents will be entered into a drawing for a $75 gift card, and five gift cards will be awarded. Thank you in advance for helping us learn more about your efforts to prepare young people to connect to and thrive in a changing economy!

Photo Courtesy of South Seattle College


NCWE JOB Bank
NCWE has a website for job postings. We encourage our members to post open positions at their campus. It is a great way to get your open position in front of an audience of workforce professionals.
♦ Do You Need to Fill an Open Position? – Click Here to Post a Job

NCWE is also committed to supporting the professional growth of our members!
♦ Are You Looking for a New Position? – Click Here to See Job Postings


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