December 14, 2020

DWP and a group of local companies have stepped up their commitments to bolster the pipeline of next-generation workers by funding scholarships designed to attract and retain local talent.
Dayton Workforce Partnerships
(DWP), a tax-exempt public charity and workforce program that connects Miami Valley employers to local talent, issued 23 scholarships this year to students within its partner network, which includes 11 two- and four-year colleges and nine area high schools.   

Dayton Workforce Partnerships is investing

to support the next generation of workers

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January 14, 2020

Job opportunities are abundant in the Buckeye State — but there is still much work to be done to foster and maintain a competitive Ohio workforce.

That's according to Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, who delivered a keynote address to hundreds of students, educators and business leaders Jan. 10 at this year's annual Dayton Workforce Partnerships forum at Sinclair Community College...

Lt. Gov. Jon Husted: Here's how to keep Dayton's workforce competitive
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January 10, 2020

Husted and Dayton Workforce Partnerships work to keep young talent in the region.

Area high school students and college students got the chance to network with businesses in the Miami Valley at the Dayton Workforce Partnership forum on Friday.

Lt. Gov. Jon Husted was the keynote speaker for the event, which was...

Hundreds of students connect with local businesses
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January 10, 2020

DAYTON, Ohio — Students in the Miami Valley gathered to learn about internships and potential jobs at The Dayton Workforce Networking Forum, which was held at Sinclair Community College on Friday.

At the event, keynote speaker Lt. Gov. Jon Husted stressed the importance of collaboration. “Nobody can do it alone. Businesses need talent, but they need educational institutions who are producing the talent that they need,” Husted said...

Lt. Gov. Husted helps connect local students with Miami Valley businesses