This week we bring you a new edition of Pro-Business Colorado with our guest host, Dave Tabor of the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry (CACI). We have two guests to discuss preparing students for jobs in technology, and bringing seasoned professionals together to support one another in business. Our first guest is Allan Short, Executive Director of Lincoln College of Technology. The Lincoln College of Technology in Denver is considered their flagship school, the most advanced in the country if not worldwide to train the work force in technical trades to launch their careers. They focus primarily on teaching the skills that get their students jobs. Lincoln College of Technology maintains programs for jobs that are available in the workforce. Welding, automotive painting, diesel. Graduate about 200 students a year, most of which have jobs upon graduation. They work especially with military combat veterans, supporting them in training for new careers.
Tune in to hear Al Short's perspective on workforce training and meeting the needs of industry.
Pat Maley, Vistage Chair, joins us in the second half hour, to discuss the Denver Chief Executive Vistage Group. Vistage is a peer-to-peer advisory group for CEOs, that encourage and advise one another, share expertise, and sometimes provide confidential help in a crisis. Listen in to hear more about the Vistage peer groups and visit www.Vistage.com to learn more.
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