10/17/18 Written by: Jennifer Bissonnette Within the next 10 years, it’s estimated that there will be more than one million jobs to fill in Indiana due to retiring employees and new job creation. According to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, nearly half of these jobs will require some training beyond high school, but less than a four-year-degree. So the question remains, how do we meet this need? To start answering this question, Indiana’s Office of Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship (OWBLA) is touring the state to talk about the future of employment in Indiana. On Wednesday morning, the Center of Workforce Innovations hosted Darrel Zeck, OWBLA Executive Director, and Carrie Lively, OWBLA Senior Director, to speak with local employers and educators. “The purpose of the office, one of the main objectives, is to develop work-based learning pathways for both educators… Continue Reading
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