Tuesday, March 16, 2021 2:00 PM ~ 3:30 PM ET
Hear from states on best-practices around work-based learning in the publicly-funded workforce system.
Work-based learning is a great option for trade-affected workers because it combines employment and training. This allows workers to earn wages while training and limit their period of unemployment. Developing a robust work-based learning strategy can be a challenge. This webinar is a best-practices presentation by states on what they’ve done to address this.
Amanda Poirier, Federal Project Officer, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Admistration
Jeanna Caldwell, Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning Manager, Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development
Laura Lausmann, CDF, OPMA, Trade Adjustment Assistance Liaison, WorkSource Oregon
AJ Lambert, Employment Councilor Specialist, New Hampshire Employment Security
Deb Furlong M.A., Program Manager, Workforce Development Division, Maricopa County Human Services Department
Nicholas Morgan, President, Adaptive Construction Solutions, Inc.
Claudette Parchment-Roehrich, Trade Adjustment Assistance Specialist, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Margaret “Meg” Odanga, Trade Adjustment Assistance Specialist, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development