CHAIRMAN TOM PAUKEN OF TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION PRESENTING CHECK TO NORTH LAKE COLLEGE AND PARTNERS IN THE CONSTRUCTION CONSORTIUM OCT. 19 TO PROVIDE NEEDED TRAINING TO EMPLOYEES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.
WHO: Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Tom Pauken; State Representative Linda Harper-Brown; North Lake College (NLC) Interim President Christa Slekjo; NLC Interim Vice President of Business Services Shannon Weaver; Executive Dean of Construction Technology at DFW Education Center (West Campus) Mike Cooley; President of Construction Education Foundation Jane Hanna; CEF Board Members and Executive Director of Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors (PHCC) Nancy Jones.
Board Members from the Construction Education Foundation and staff from State Representative Kelly Hancock’s office will also be in attendance.
WHAT: Announcement of a grant of $1,050,636 from the Texas Workforce Commission’s Skills Development Fund.
WHEN: 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 19, 2011.
WHERE: North Lake College West Campus, Room 136, 1401 Royal Lane West, DFW Airport, Texas 75261.
VISUALS: TWC Chairman Tom Pauken presenting check to North Lake College and partners in the Construction Consortium to provide needed training to employees in the construction industry.
FYI: The Skills Development Fund (SDF) is a grant program created by the Texas Legislature and administered by the Texas Workforce Commission to provide customized assessment and cutting-edge training to the Texas workforce. The primary intent of the program is to increase the skill levels and wages of our working population. A secondary intent of SDF is to enhance the ability of community colleges to respond to workforce and industry training needs. SDF grants are administered by community colleges as a trusted source for the funds and to reduce the administrative burden on partner companies.
For further information, media may contact Natasha Isom, North Lake College Skills Development Fund, email@example.com
North Lake College is a member of the Dallas County Community College
system. Educational opportunities are offered by the Dallas County
Community College system without regard to race, color, age, national
origin, religion, sex or sexual orientation.