Fri, May 04|
Microsoft Policy and Innovation Center
Workforce Pipeline Development Council Networking Breakfast & Open House
Hosted by Microsoft, this event is inviting all stakeholders in workforce development, talent acquisitions, college recruitment, education and job readiness to learn, engage and develop partnerships to build a unique pipeline initiative with the WPDC.
Time & Location
May 04, 2018, 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Microsoft Policy and Innovation Center, 901 K St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
About The Event
Hosted by Microsoft, this event is inviting all stakeholders in workforce development, talent acquisition, college recruitment, K-12 education and job readiness to learn, engage and develop partnerships to build a unique pipeline initiative with the WPDC.
At this event, the WPDC will present a formal partnership solution for schools, companies and collegiate partners that will help build a sustainable pipeline of quality candidates. In addition, solutions will be presented for continually providing technical and professional training for upcoming talent in schools and members of the community for career opportunities in a number of industries. Areas of interest (but not limited to) are in STEM, IT/CyberSecurity, Hospitality, Broadcast/Media, Health/Wellness, and Business/Finance.
The Workforce Pipeline Development Council (WPDC) is a membership network within EduSerc of corporate, academic and community stakeholders that develops and implements sustainable solutions to build industry pipelines of quality, diverse candidates.
The council serves as a strategic arm for entities looking to increase their return on investment in workforce development while strengthening our country through education and community development. By joining the council, every member plays a major role as a collaborative partner on a number of education, community and workforce development opportunities.
As EduSerc's corporate membership avenue for businesses, the council’s workforce pipeline enacts a structured model incorporating education, community and industry resources to identify, train and produce quality diverse leaders in a number of industries.
- Corporations / Small Businesses
- Nonprofit Organizations
- Colleges / Universities
- Schools / School Systems
WPDC Guest Registration$0.00