Coordinator aims to grow local industrial work force
The DeKalb-Ogle Workforce Development Consortium has hired Gene Fogle as its industrial work force coordinator. The consortium addresses work force development needs and opportunities in the DeKalb-Ogle county area. It is the area’s major industries, economic development entities and educators working together to create the work force of tomorrow and beyond.
“This is the first time in my memory,” DeKalb County Economic Development corporation Paul Borek said, “that DeKalb and Ogle counties have worked together to address a common challenge.”
The Industrial Workforce Coordination Pilot Program emerged from two work force summits convened to determine how to best contribute to industrial growth and student career development. DeKalb and Ogle County interests were already collaborating on Kish CareerLink, an interactive website which connects students and employers.
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