November Economics Club: Pathways Manufacturing Update
Join us for our November Economics Club breakfast!
** Please note that the November Economics Club Breakfast will be held on November 17 - one week earlier than usual. **
The Pathways to Prosperity county plan was developed to provide comprehensive and collaborative solutions to develop a strong and skilled workforce and provide an enhanced delivery of economic development and workforce services. The plan also provides a comprehensive, coordinated, and collaborative one-stop approach to address York County’s workforce development needs and opportunities. Recently, the Pathways Portal was launched to connect individuals in York County.
The Pathways to Prosperity effort includes workforce partners from training, education, community organizations, and employers. Join us on November 17 as we welcome some on our industry partners in manufacturing, who will share an update on the state of manufacturing in York County, how it remains our county’s largest contributor to workforce, and how training programs can be leveraged to meet the needs of the community and industry sector.
Our panelists include:
- Bruce Newell, MANTEC
- Chris Laws, Graduate of Industrial Manufacturing Technician Program
- Mike Granby, Granby Consulting
Attendees have the option of joining us in person for breakfast at the Wyndham Garden York, or receiving a link to a recorded video of the event that will be sent out within one business day. Breakfast will be provided as a served buffet. As a reminder, all guests are required to be masked at all times, regardless of vaccination status, except while they are eating.
The Economics Club Breakfast series offers an informative monthly breakfast and provides attendees the opportunity to network with key business and community leaders. A variety of speakers discuss economic and business updates important to York County.
Contact Kyle Joines at 717.771.4584 to learn more about joining the Economics Club.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations for a full refund are accepted until seven days prior to an in-person event. Once the deadline is past, there is no refund for those who have registered for an in-person event and cancelled, and unpaid registrations will be billed for the function, whether they attend or not. Registrations may be transferred to another person upon notifying the York County Economic Alliance. No refunds are offered for cancellations of virtual event registrations, however a credit for a future virtual event can be applied for cancellations given within 48 hours of the event.