The Exchange
9:00 am
Wed November 20, 2013

Younger Granite Staters And Workforce Preparation

We continue our series, 'How We Work: Five Years Later,' with a look at younger Granite Staters and how they’re prepared for the workforce.  We’ll examine how we educate students, from high school to college, and how that’s changed since the recession.

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GUESTS:

  • Ross Gittell – chancellor of New Hampshire's Community College System and forecast manager of the New England Economic Partnership
  • Krystal Hicks – Associate Director of Career Support and Employer Outreach the UNH Career Center

CALLOUTS:

  • Rhonda Hanaway –director of Greater Meredith’s Career Partnership Program, based at  Inter-Lakes High School
  • Bob Baines – Director of STEAM Ahead New Hampshire, an initiative planned for Manchester West High School. Baines was a longtime principal at West High School and also a former mayor of Manchester

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