Glen Ellyn Chamber Learns About College of DuPage Workforce Initiatives

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College of DuPage Board of Trustees Chairman Deanne Mazzochi (second from left) and
President Dr. Ann Rondeau (second from right) speak with Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce
President Steve Thompson (left) and Executive Director Dawn Smith before a chamber
luncheon and meeting held at the student-run Waterleaf Restaurant, located on the
College’s campus in Glen Ellyn.View more photos from the event.Approximately 70 attendees learned about two College initiatives addressing skills
education and workforce development and growth. Project Hire-Ed is partnering with
employers and business leaders to determine what jobs are not being filled, what skills
are missing from the workforce and the solutions to these and other challenges.Innovation DuPage is a new initiative designed to connect small businesses with necessary
resources and new owners with the tools to succeed in order to promote business growth
and job creation in the area.(Photos by Press Photography Network/Special to College of DuPage)

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