Mary Beth Sewald Keynotes Education to Workforce Summit

On Thursday, June 28, 2018, Metro Chamber President and CEO, Mary Beth Sewald, addressed the need for companies to be ahead of the game in regards to providing workplace education, as that need for providing  learning opportunities directly impacts the economic growth of our community. She also noted that the desired skills need to be marketable and practical, and emphasized that employers need to commit to providing opportunities for mentorships and apprenticeships. Click here to read more from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.