Various stops in and around Sandusky to discuss workforce development, career pathways, College Credit Plus, ABLE education, student veterans, and the statewide toxic algal bloom project, in conjunction with Governor John R. Kasich’s State of the State address.
Monday, April 3, 2017:
Noon – Presentation by Beth Hannam, business and industry training manager at Terra State Community College, on the grade-by-grade STEM initiative and the work being done to cultivate a workforce talent pipeline in the region
1:30 p.m. – College Credit Plus roundtable discussion at Terra State Community College with students, parents, and K-12 and higher ed faculty, staff, and administrators
3 p.m. – Chancellor Carey visit to Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Center for tour and career pathway discussion
5 p.m. – Chancellor Carey visit to Sandusky High School to learn more about the ABLE/adult education programming that serves the region
Tuesday, April 4, 2017:
9:30 a.m. – Chancellor Carey joins Directors Burgess and Miller at EHOVE Career Center to highlight the Ohio Transition Support Partnership and ABLE programming
12:30 p.m. – Chancellor Carey and Director Tansill host a student veteran roundtable discussion at the Bowling Green State University Firelands campus
2 p.m. – Chancellor Carey, State Supt. DeMaria, Director Dungey, and Director Burgess participate in a business/education roundtable at Perkins High School to discuss collaborative ways to prepare students for the workforce
4 p.m. – Chancellor Carey, Director Daniels, and Director Butler join researchers from the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University at the Bowling Green Firelands campus for an update on the statewide collaborative effort to eradicate toxic algal blooms from Lake Erie and Sandusky Bay.