Programs Assistant at Indiana Chamber of Commerce
In partnership with Indiana employers, the Educational Workforce Innovation Network (EWIN), Center for Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL), and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, the Indiana Youth Institute is pleased to announce two NEW events coming to Lafayette and Odon this year.
The two events are regionally based opportunities for K-12 educators, state and regional government agencies, corporations, and youth-serving professionals to engage with employers about how best to connect Hoosier students with the education and careers that fit their skills and interests.
Through panel discussions, keynote presentations and group networking, attendees will be connected to resources that enhance their ability to educate and train students to successfully pursue the postsecondary careers that exist within the region.
Each event will include a tour with a local employer—giving educators a firsthand look at some of Indiana employers’ most state-of-the-art facilities. Join us at one of the following locations:
September 24- Lafayette, Indiana
Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc.
Training and Reception Center
Featuring a tour of Subaru
October 2- Odon, Indiana
Conferencing and Training Center
Featuring a tour of NSWC Crane
Both sessions will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and include lunch. Each session is just $10 to participate. Professional Development Growth Points available for counselors and educators at no extra cost.
Register via this link >> https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/default.aspx?EventID=1590912
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