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Name: Youth Employment Summit 2018
Date: March 15, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Youth Employment Summit
Event Description:

Is your company facing difficulties finding and retaining local talent? Would your organization like to to raise awareness of opportunities in your industry, cultivate your next-generation workforce, and support students as they become adults?

 

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should attend the 2018 Youth Employment Summit on March 15, co-hosted by the Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin and the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce.

 

At the Summit, you will have a chance to:

 

  • Network with Madison-area professionals across industries
  • Learn why employing and mentoring in-school and out-of-school youth is a great way to help your company build a talent pipeline and support your community.
  • Learn from a panel of workforce and education experts about the technical and legal aspects of employing minors
  • Hear how other employers have changed their culture to include minors and mentorship as part of professional development for their employees 
What: Many WI employers have difficulty finding and retaining employees. Come learn why Youth Employment is a powerful strategy for building your next generation workforce and how you can do it in your organization.
Who: All businesses and industries in the Madison Region interested in hiring and mentoring youth.

 
Location:
Madison College Truax Campus
Health and Information Technology Building
1705 Hoffman Street, Room 309
Madison WI 53704
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, March 15, 2018
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Contact Information:
Fees/Admission:
$25 attendance fee (includes printed materials, continental breakfast, and lunch)
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