‘Building the Talent Pipeline’ Is Theme for GCDC Event

  • Location: Turner Hall, Monroe, Wisconsin
  • Start Date: 05/08/2018

Deadline To Order GCDC Annual Dinner Tickets Is April 23

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MONROE – Ensuring a skilled and job-ready workforce is a common concern for many employers. In fact, many business leaders identify the talent pipeline as one of the greatest challenges they face today.

Business owners struggling with labor shortages or other workforce issues, educators, community leaders and parents won’t want to miss the keynote speaker for Green County Development Corporation’s Annual Dinner as he discusses growing tomorrow’s workers. Jason A. Tyszko, Executive Director of the Center for Education and Workforce at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, will address “Building the Talent Pipeline” at GCDC’s Annual Dinner on Tuesday, May 8 in the Grand Ballroom of historic Turner Hall in Monroe.

Tyszko is an expert in making the business/education connection to build the talent pipeline for our future workforce. Come learn how to make and strengthen those strategic talent-building relationships between local business and K-12/post-secondary schools.

GCDC’s Annual Dinner includes presentation of the annual Outstanding Business Award and the Richard B. Schmied Leadership Award.

Tickets for the dinner also include a follow-up Q&A session with Tyszko from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 9 at the Enterprise Center at the north end of Blackhawk Technical College’s Monroe Campus, 210 4th Ave. Guests may enter through the north door of BTC, across from Alp & Dell Cheese Store.

Tickets cost $40; tables of eight are available. The social time begins at 4:30 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m., followed by GCDC updates, award presentations and the keynote speaker.

Click here to order tickets. To order via phone, call 608.328.9452 or email gcdc@tds.net. If a vegetarian entrée is preferred, please indicate when ordering tickets.

The deadline to reserve tickets is Monday, April 23.