Workforce Development

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The Next Government Workforce – It’s going to take planning and work to recruit the best

The role of government is rapidly evolving. Building the workforce that will be needed requires new approaches.

Montana – Locate a Disabled Veteran Outreach Program (DVOP) Specialist or Local Veteran Employment Representative (LVER)

The Employment Specialists at Montana’s Job Service offices can assist all Veterans in securing employment and training, as well as refer Veterans to other service providers in both public and private agencies and organizations.

Matching workers to jobs in Great Falls can be tricky

Finding workers can be a mixed bag with young people going back to school and the improving economy changing the dynamic of the work force.

More education is trend for future jobs

If you’re thinking about you or your child’s future, when it comes to educational requirements, here’s what those surveyed say to expect in three to five years:

Senator Baucus Secures Major Partnership to Train Montana Students for High-Tech Jobs

"Many private-sector businesses and jobs in our state trace their existence or success to the $200 million worth of competitive research conducted annually on university campuses in Montana. The fact that Siemens PLM Software sees the potential here is a compliment to what we’re accomplishing in Montana."

Teaching for the Future: Closing jobs skills gap – Right Skills Now

Experts say the program could serve as a national model for employers needing skilled workers yesterday and many jobless Americans unable to spend two years earning an associate degrees.

Building a Manufacturing Workforce –  Flathead Valley Community College

 Flathead Valley Community College was awarded over $3 million in federal grants last week to help develop and expand training programs in this part of the state, including short-term certificate programs in advanced manufacturing.

University of Montana report details costs of high school dropouts

Those who fail to earn a high school diploma typically end up at the low end of the economic spectrum, the new report said, and they have only a small chance of breaking out of poverty down the road.

Virginia Internship Program Connects Students with Employers

The program will create a centralized, online application system that will give students free access to paid summer internships.

MSU Workforce and Professional Development courses now open

MSU’s Extended University offers several non-credit courses this fall that help working professionals learn business and home office software.