Wolf pushes $50 million increase for job training in Pittsburgh visit

Wolf pushes $50 million increase for job training in Pittsburgh visit

Dubbed “PAsmart,” the program proposes $25 million for STEM education, $7 million for apprenticeships and $5 million for college and university job preparation programs, among other uses. 

Friday, March 9, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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JOBS1st summit talks innovation in connecting employers and job seekers

Monday kicked off Pennsylvania’s JOBS1st summit, a key gathering of policymakers, business officials, educators, and other employers to discuss ways to better connect both the current and future workforces with a newly developing job market.

The two-day summit, which concludes Tuesday, is being held in Pittsburgh and has been hailed as a mechanism for those involved in workforce development to discuss challenges and opportunities, as well as share best practices and identify ways in which both the public and private sectors can collaborate to align education and training with needed workforce areas.

Monday, August 25, 2014/Author: Jason Gottesman
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