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Spring Job Fair attendees should dress for success and be prepared to participate in on-site interviews.
Watch metal fly as student teams compete with their robots to out-wit, out-score and out-last their challengers.
Executives at the 105-year-old company used a mix of recruiting efforts to attract talent, which included On-The-Job-Training assistance for new hires.
The W-O-W Workforce Development Board receives a $44,500 performance award from the State Department of Workforce Development for exceeding 2011 Workforce Investment Act program goals.
Workforce Development Center helps local high school students explore career pathways
Greater Milwaukee Foundation awards grant to W-O-W Workforce Development Board to provide YouthBuild participants with critical case management services to help ensure successful program completion
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