Northern Michigan business, education leaders gather to discuss...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. Business and education leaders must work together to connect Michiganders with the more than 811,000 high-demand, high-wage careers available through 2024 and ensure students are prepared to become lifelong learners, Talent and Economic Development Department of Michigan Director Roger Curtis said today as more than 100 business and education professionals gathered at Networks Northwest in Traverse City, Michigan to discuss opportunities provided through the Marshall Plan for Talent.
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