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Mitchell Powless didn’t know or much care about what logistics and supply chain management was when he dropped out of high school a decade ago, let alone dream about a career in the field.
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Over the past few months, Michael Goss and his Center of Excellence team (COE) and non-profit GRID Alternatives (the Habitat for Humanity of solar energy) have partnered with Larry McLaughlin on a labor market study to assess the hiring practices and needs of our region’s solar industry.
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The Inland Empire Desert Region Consortium’s Key Talent, hosted a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Faculty Retreat December 7, 8 and 9, 2017. Eighty-five (85) CTE faculty attended the faculty retreat event called “Strengthening and Elevating Career Pathways” held at Humphrey’s Half Moon Inn in San Diego representing various high school and community college districts in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
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Another great Advanced Transportation outreach event was held at A.B. Miller High School on December 11th in Fontana, CA. Through a partnership between the sector DSN, participating colleges, and Prime Motivation marketing team, these half-day events continue to generate interest and bring new information about automotive careers to high school students in the Inland Empire/Desert region.
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Strong Workforce Stars, a new recognition program based on quantified student outcomes, recognizes more than 100 community college programs at 65 colleges. Nine of the Inland Empire/Desert region colleges made the list.
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