Gubernatorial Forum on Pennsylvania’s Workforce and Economy

Posted by on April 12, 2010

Gubernatorial Forum on the Future of Pennsylvania’s Workforce and Economy: April 19th

Tuesday, April 19, 2010: 6PM – 9PM
National Constitution Center
525 Arch Street, Philadelphia
The forum is free, but space is limited.

Register now.

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You are invited to the 2010 Gubernatorial Candidates Forum on the Future of Pennsylvania’s Workforce and Economy. Occurring less than a month before the Commonwealth’s primary elections, this forum will offer an informative and interactive look at the candidates’ plans for stimulating job creation and moving Pennsylvanians back to work. The Sustainable Business Network is proud to be a supporting co-sponsor of this forum.

We hope that you will be able to participate in this important community event. The way in which we address job creation and workforce development in the next four years will impact the Commonwealth’s future for decades to come.

Please feel free to share this announcement with colleagues that you think may be interested. The forum is free, but space is limited.

Sponsored by: Job Opportunity Investment Network, the CEO Council for Growth, Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition, Philadelphia Academies, Philadelphia Youth Network, Philadelphia Workforce Investment Board, and United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Supporting Co-Sponsors: AFL-CIO, Campus Philly, Chester County Economic Development Council, Center for Literacy, Congreso, District 1199C Training and Upgrading Fund, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia – Mayor’s Commission on Literacy, Graduate! Philadelphia, Green Economy Task Force, JEVS Human Services, National Skills Coalition, PA Partners, Pathways PA, Pennsylvania Fund for Workforce Solutions, Philadelphia Area Labor Management Committee, Resources for Human Development, and Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia.

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