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November 18, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Celebrating the Workforce Partnerships Convening Business, Human Services and Education
JEVS Human Services would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us for an apprenticeship presentation tomorrow in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week 2021. Our virtual panel presentation and discussion will include apprenticeship partners and their apprentices’ journeys, perspectives on the importance of apprenticeships to bridge the skills gap in the Greater Philadelphia region, and the great need for developing pre-apprenticeship to apprenticeship opportunities. Join us for a great line-up of speakers and perspectives.
SPEAKERS & PANELISTS
* JEVS as an Intermediary – Why We Support Apprenticeships to Bridge the Skills Gap Between Employers and Job Seekers
Jay Spector – President & CEO, JEVS Human Services
* National Perspective – Why is the Federal Government Investing in Apprenticeships?
Mark Genua – Associate Director of Apprenticeships, Jobs For the Future
* Apprenticeship Success Story – “Growing Our Own” Talent Development Model
William E. Carling – President, Tri-Kris Co.
* Creating “Career Pathway” Opportunities for our Communities
John Shegda – CEO, KMM Group
Susan Herring – Executive Director of Workforce Development, Bucks County Community College
* Developing New Partnerships and Apprenticeship Programs
Sunny Varkey – Service and Project Manager, E.O. Habhegger Co., Inc./Gateway Petroleum Services
Kevin Stump – HR Manager, The Galman Group
Stuart Bass – Principal, Progress Worx, LLC
* Pre-Apprenticeships, Training and Education to Fuel the Talent Pipeline
Christine Gillespie – SVP Career & Technical Education, JEVS Human Services
JEVS’s Commitment to Apprenticeships
For more than 80 years, JEVS Human Services has worked to enhance individuals’ employability through a broad range of education and career programs. Building on our longstanding tradition of creating innovative solutions to meet the needs of our business community, JEVS is working with corporate, government, education, philanthropic, and non-profit partners to advance best practices in workforce development in the Greater Philadelphia region, including the Registered Apprenticeship model. Read here about our latest apprenticeship partnerships with regional manufacturing businesses.