Interview with Mason Jackson, CEOof CareerSource Broward. He has 39 years of experience in workforce development and has worked on a month to month contract the entire time!
This episode features an interview with Tamika Otis, project director at CHP International/JOB CORPS as she discusses what Job Corps is, and the biggest misconceptions people have about Job Corps. Tamika also discusses how Job Corps is using creative methods to get the word out to youth about their services.
This episode features an interview with Joan Rezendes from Career Opportunities as she discusses their new work and internship program for youth. Joan shares how Career Opportunities is helping youth discover their vocational interests, and get paid work experience that can lead to a career.
This episode features an interview with Rick Sizemore, director of the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center and producer and host of VR Workforce Studio podcast. Rick discusses how and why he got started podcasting and the benefits that podcasting how brought to his organization. Discover how Rick is using podcasting to get success stories out in his region and the takeaways for your organization.
Mike Fazio, CEO of Workforce180, discusses why Friday is the best day to make phone calls and the lessons for you.
This episode features an interview with Ron Painter, the CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) in Washington DC as he discusses the benefits of podcasting for workforce, and how Workforce 180 has helped the NAWB get their message out in a bigger way via their podcast, Workforce Central.
Mike Fazio, CEO of Workforce 180, discusses the importance of leading and following and how both are important in workforce.
Mike Fazio discusses why podcasting is a perfect form of communication for workforce and the benefits of podcasting.
Mike Fazio, CEO of Workforce180, discusses the popularity of the lottery and the lessons for workforce organizations.