STEM-Workforce Networking Forum - Big success!

    January 4, 2018:The Great Hall at Sinclair Community College was filled with      
    Workforce 'Angel' students who applied for our STEM scholarships, along with  
    representatives of our many education and business partners.
          * Wright State University                  * Sinclair Community College
* Clark State Community College     * Miami University-Middletown  
* Booz Allen Hamilton                                  * Speedway 
* The Design Knowledge  Co.                     * Teradata 
* Fuyao Glass America                                 * Woolpert 
* Gem City Engineering                               * Wright-Patterson Air Force Base 
* Premier Health                                           * Yaskawa Motoman Robotics    
* Reynolds & Reynolds

Computer Engineering 'Angel' networks with HR managers from Reynolds & Reynolds
Woolpert connecting with Mechanical Engineer 'Angel'
Material Science Engineering 'Angel' and Fuyao Glass America executive
Doris Adler, DSWP Executive Director shares a laugh with two Key Bank executives
Arlene Setzer, Vice President of DSWP Governing Board talks about the Workforce 'Angel' Program - and introduces Premier Health's, Chief Learning Officer

Trish Wackler, Premier Health's Chief Learning Officer spoke about the importance of
'retaining tech talent' for Premier Health - and the Dayton Community

Jesse Maxfield, Career Tech Director at Stebbins STEM High School speaks about the 'Building Dayton's Tech Pipeline' program - that introduces their high school students 'and families' to DSWP business partners and their many workforce opportunities.
Closing the program, Doris Adler thanks Premier Health  
and everyone for participating in the 2018 STEM-Networking Forum
A Workforce program to 'retain tech talent' for
the Dayton business community!  
January 16, 2018