"Annual event geared for educators, workforce professionals"
In a release, it was announced that Connecticut Learns and Works, "an annual conference for educators,
counselors, employment and training specialists and business people
interested in career and workforce development," will hold its 20th event 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 16 at the Water’s Edge Conference Center in Westbrook.
The event will feature as keynote speakers, students from the Academy
of Engineering and Green Technology at Hartford High School, the release said. "The
eight young people will discuss a wind/solar system which they designed
and is currently bringing power to a remote village located high in the
at educators, counselors, employment and training specialists and
business people interested in career and workforce development issues,
this year’s Connecticut Learns and Works conference, titled
“Imagine More: Energizing, Learning & Working,” is sponsored by the
Connecticut Departments of Labor, Education and Economic and Community
Development, the Connecticut Community College System, the Connecticut
Career Resource Network, the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities
and the Connecticut Learns and Works Committee,," the release said.
According to the release, the conference will
include morning and afternoon workshops including:
Advanced Manufacturing/Post-Secondary Institutions; Building Bridges –
Manufacturers and Teachers Working Together to Prepare Students for
Careers in STEM; Opportunities in Healthcare; LMI: Economic Update;
Maximizing & Managing Your Brand; Middlesex Community College Center
for New Media; New Haven Manufacturers/Teachers Learn College; and What
Employers are Looking For in Today’s Workplace.
regarding registration, which is $95, and other details, including
potential conference sponsorships, can be found at www.ctlearnsandworks.com.
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