LEOPOLD, Ind., Dec. 4 (UPI) — Across America, manufacturing companies in desperate need of skilled labor are turning to a previously untapped pool — high school students. The quickly growing trend is especially prevalent in Midwestern states where, though manufacturing is strong, companies are struggling to hire enough workers to maintain production level. Click Here to read more.
Today’s kindergartners who will graduate high school in 2031 may not recognize the labor market. For those in school now, there is a push to connect the classroom with a career. It’s a dose of reality for those working on their future. With an aging population and a growing demand for nurses, students from Crispus Attucks High School are stepping outside the classroom and going to an American Senior Communities facility in Indianapolis instead. Click Here to read more.
New EWIN leaders Erin Foster and Pam Warner share the benefits of site visits. Read Newsletter Here
Education Workforce Innovation Network (EWIN) is supporting the work of two regional partnerships with $5,000 mini grants to boost their career pathway development already under way. Read More
Education Workforce Innovation Network (EWIN) has named three Education- Workforce Planning Grant recipients for $15,000 each. They include partnerships led by Republic Airline, Greensburg High School and Posey County Economic Development. Read More
GREENSBURG — The Greensburg Community School Corporation announced at this week’s school board meeting the local schools system has received a grant to develop a healthcare graduation pathway. Read More.