Iowa's Connect For
Effect Conference
April 24, 2009

United States Department of LaborSeminar Videos:
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Registered ApprenticeshipMore Resources:


Iowa is a leader of change... An example to the rest of the nation...
John V. Ladd - Administrator
 Office of Apprenticeship, United States Department of Labor


Connect For Effect Conference Speakers

Terry Benewich - Conference Moderator
Retired Regional V Director
U.S. Department of Labor
Office of Apprenticeship

Greer Sisson
U.S. Department of Labor
Office of Apprenticeship

Elisabeth Buck - Director
Iowa Workforce Development

Tom Beasley
Education Consultant
Iowa Department of Education

First Lieutenant George Mosby
Job Connection Program Coordinator
Iowa Army National Guard

Mike Brown
Executive Director
Missouri Valley Line Constructors
Apprenticeship and Training Program
Cheryl Freauff
Recruiting Manager
TMC Transportation

Brad Scott
Program Faciliator
Culinary Arts Chef Apprenticeship Program
Eastern Iowa Community College District

Katie Hoskins
Project Engineer
Waldinger Corporation

Lori Adams
Division Administrator
Workforce Center Administration
Iowa Workforce Development

Kerry Koonce
Communications Director
Iowa Workforce Development


 

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