Middle Skills Webinar

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Middle Skills Webinar

The Women’s Bureau and Erie County Commission on the Status of Women invite you to a webinar

Middle Skills Initiative: Workforce Development and Apprenticeship Training in Erie County

Registration: https://dol.webex.com/dol/onstage/g.php?MTID=ecebf2ed735960e72cd1e17a5c78b0a0e

Thursday, April 26, 2018, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM ET

For questions, call (646) 264-3793 or email Trachtenberg.Mallory@dol.gov

The U.S. Department of Labor, Women’s Bureau and the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women invite you to attend a webinar to explore the benefits of apprenticeship training opportunities for women as it creates a means to move into middle skills jobs and increasing economic security for women and their families.

Join us as we hear from experts in Erie County about a local infrastructure project to support new training opportunities.

Speakers will highlight the new Northland Workforce Training Center (opening Fall 2018) which will serve as the anchor of the Northland Beltline Redevelopment Project, a redevelopment program encompassing a 35 acre manufacturing site on Buffalo’s East Side.

For more information on the Women’s Bureau and other programs or events in your region, please visit us at www.dol.gov/wb

Interested in more events from the Women’s Bureau? Let us know your ideas! Email: trachtenberg.mallory@dol.gov


Phone: (716) 858-8307
Fax: (716) 858-8311

Commission on the Status of Women
95 Franklin Street, Suite 624
Buffalo, New York 14202