In-school career program forms independent nonprofit forms independent nonprofit to train students for high-demand work
Full article can be found here: PC Board Announcement – Central Penn Business Journal – By: Justin Henry 9-28-20
Having established itself earlier this month as an independent nonprofit organization, the Enola-based Partnership for Career Development has appointed board members and CEO Lynda Morris.
The Partnership for Career Development — previously the in-school youth career readiness arm of work training initiative South Central PA Works — has transformed itself to an independent nonprofit organization, dedicated to helping schools align student career interests and abilities with high-priority occupations. The partnership’s programs include county-level consortiums for educations to collaborate, career fairs for high-school students and on-site business tours for educators to share insights with their students.
Morris is joined on the board by other midstate industry leaders, including:
Marissa Bankert, executive director, Central Pennsylvania Independent Electrical Contractors.
Doran Condan, director of Workforce Initiatives, PA Workforce Development Association.
Tiffanie DeVan, higher education access partner, PHEAA.
Shaun Donovan, director of regional workforce partnerships, Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC.
Robin Harmon, site administrator, PA CareerLink Franklin County, Equus Workforce Solutions.
Shelly Matter, director of business development, H.B. McClure Company.
Todd Morris, vice president, Pennoni Engineering, ACEC.
Tom Palisin, executive director, The Manufacturers’ Association.
Andria Saia, executive director, Capital Area Intermediate Unit.
Peter Tartline, CFO, Pennsylvania Health Care Association.