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Workforce Development Committee

 

CHAIRMAN
Chester Vrocher
Org. Development Manager
Boise Paper
4585 Industrial Road
Jackson, AL 36545
Ph: (251) 246-8261
Fx: (208) 395-7537
ChesterVrocher@BoisePaper.com

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Vice-Chairman
Richard Lehr

Partner
Lehr Middlebrooks & Vreeland, P.C.
P.O. Box 11945
Birmingham, AL 35202
Ph: (205) 323-9260

Fx: (205) 326-3008
rlehr@lehrmiddlebrooks.com

  Staff Liasion: Blake Hardwich
  Next Meeting: November 10, 2010
  Members: Workforce Development Members
     
 
Due to the number of manufacturers who are experiencing a severe worker shortage, the Workforce Development committee works with all state agencies and departments to enhance existing programs and develop new ones to address the critical issues of workforce development. Manufacture Alabama aggressively lobbies the education and finance committees of the legislature to secure funding for workforce development programs.  Attracting high school students into Alabama’s manufacturing workforce is a top priority of the committee.  The committee actively works outside of quarterly committee meetings at the local level with other manufacturers, community colleges, ATN centers, and high schools.

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