Manufacturing jobs require more training in technology, mathematics, and problem-solving, and schools and businesses seek ways to retrain workers and prepare the incoming workforce …Learn More…
- Christine Carr – Executive Director for the N.H. Career and Technical Educators Association, which is part of the N.H. Career and Technical Centers. She worked for her family’s manufacturing business for several years, and co-founded a technology accelerator in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Sara Colson – Director of Workforce Development at the New Hampshire Business and Industry Association, and head of the joint BIA/N.H. Charitable Foundation’s Workforce Accelerator 2025, which is working to introduce 84,000 workers with postsecondary degrees to the labor market by 2025.
- Phil Przybyszewski – Workforce Solutions Project Director for the Community College System of New Hampshire.
Show Highlights and Full Podcast at:New Hampshire Public Radio