Thursday, March 23, 2023

Input Sought For Manufacturing & Trades Workforce Summit

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The Greater Williamsburg Partnership, Thomas Nelson Community College, New Horizons Regional Education Center, Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce, WJCC Schools, and York County Schools is seeking input on how to fill the workforce with well-trained workers. The organizations would like help in order to identify workforce opportunities, develop relevant programs, and foster partnerships to meet education and labor force needs.

Businesses are being asked to conduct a short survey addressing current workforce needs. Information from the survey will be compiled to be used for discussion during a Manufacturing & Trades Workforce Summit slated for November 5. To take the survey, click here.

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