Youth Apprenticeship Mentor Training & Interview Fair 2018

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Name: Youth Apprenticeship Mentor Training & Interview Fair 2018
Date: July 27, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM CDT
Event Description:
Do you want to build a qualified workforce and develop our region's economy? Maintain a well-trained staff and decrease hiring and training expenses? Support our schools, provide leadership and growth opportunities for your staff, and build Madison together?

Whether you intend to hire a student or just want to provide them with some interview practice, join us for a morning seminar focused on working with young employees and meet Madison's Youth Apprenticeship students. Network with other leaders looking to engage with our schools, get your Youth Apprenticeship questions answered, and meet & interview the future of your industry.

Madison College - Truax Campus
Main Building
Room C2451
1701 Wright Street
Madison, WI 53704

Open parking. No parking permit. Park in any marked stall.

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Event Agenda:
11:30 am - 12:30 pm:  Welcome, Lunch, and Mentor Training
12:45 pm - 3:35 pm: Interviews (6 rounds, 20 minutes each)

Participating employers will receive YA candidate information for all attending applicants in their industry prior to the event.

We are looking for the following industries to be a part of this Youth Apprenticeship Interview Fair:

  1. Health Science (nursing, dental, medical assistant, pharmacy, etc.)
  2. IT (hardware, software, web)
  3. Biotechnology (lab assistants)
  4. Engineering and Architecture
  5. Automotive
  6. Construction (carpentry, HVAC/mechanical, plumbing, electrical, etc.)
  7. Veterinary Services
Madison College - Truax Campus
Main Building
Room C2451
1701 Wright Street
Madison, WI 53704
Date/Time Information:
Date: July 27, 2018
Time: 11:30am - 3:30pm
Contact Information:
Marshall Behringer Talent & Education Manager
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