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Please join us for a thought-provoking symposium on issues in workforce/talent development:
Over the past several years southeast Michigan’s defense-related sector has continued to evolve. Centered in Macomb County, the sector has grown through changes at the government facilities as well as through the attraction and growth of suppliers.
The agenda for this event will include:
The Human Capital Defense Industry Panel will include representatives from TACOM, TARDEC, as well as representatives of the Defense Industry who will discuss their Human Capital outlook and desired skills.
Thursday, June 30th 2011, 9 am – 12 pm (Registration 8:30 am with Continental Breakfast) at:
Macomb Community College’s South Campus
John Lewis Student Community Center (K-Building), Room 301 (Macomb Room)
14500 E. 12 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48088.
Who should attend: Representatives of workforce organizations, community colleges and others focused on workforce/talent.
Registration: Closed - Please contact Carol Davis at email@example.com or at 313.961.6675 with questions.
This event is a collaborative effort by: New Economy Initiative, Automation Alley, National Defense Industrial Association-MI Chapter, and Macomb Community College
The New Economy Initiative was launched in 2008 as a unique philanthropic initiative aimed at helping to restore Southeast Michigan to a position of leadership in the new global economy. The New Economy initiative is committed to increasing prosperity and expanding opportunity for all residents and communities in the region. Ten national and local foundations have committed $100 million to this eight-year initiative to accelerate the transition of metro Detroit to an innovation-based economy. These foundations include: the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Hudson-Webber Foundation, the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, the McGregor Fund, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the Skillman Foundation.
NEI's work is to strengthen institutions and organizations that have the largest impact on entrepreneurial activity, and creates stronger connections to the other organizations inside that network.