Building Alliances for Tomorrow’s Work Force: New Voices, Technology, and Ideas

by Nov 11, 2019Discussion, Film, Labor, Latest Postings, Videos, Workshop

Workshop held Saturday, October 5, 2019 at the Historic Pump House.

There are jobs today that pay a living wage with benefits, provide a decent retirement, and don’t require a college education. Union apprentice program leaders and other new workforce job educators and their star students-in-training talk about the challenges and prospects for lifetime careers in the skilled union trades, no college needed.

The panelists:

Steve Shelton, FOUNDER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, the Trade Institute of Pittsburgh.

DeWitt Walton, of the A. Philip Randolph Institute.

Walter Bentley, Minority and Diversity Recruiting Specialist, I.B.E.W. Local Union No.5 Electrical Apprenticeship.


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