The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel recently published a discouraging article titled “If Foxconn builds a manufacturing plant in Wisconsin, it won’t be what many expect.” From the standpoint of someone working in that manufacturing plant, we would do well to remember that that’s not a bad thing.
The Alliance joined Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) and the Department of Workforce Development/Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards (DWD) on Monday, June 19 to celebrate the launch of a new Mechatronics Registered Apprenticeship program.
Robyn Ludtke, a staff member for both the Waukesha County Business Alliance and the Waukesha County Center for Growth has been accepted to participate in a cohort of 20 members as part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Talent Pipeline Management Academy.
The below letter was sent to members of the Wisconsin state legislature regarding enumeration of the I-94 east-west project. The letter was co-signed by Suzanne Kelley, president & CEO of the Waukesha County Business Alliance and Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow.
Suzanne Kelley recently participated in the Governor's Council on Workforce Investment quarterly meeting as part of a refocus of the council's activities. The council is charged with aiding Wisconsin employers in finding the workers they need and providing resources to enable workers to access training for in-demand careers with the ultimate goal of moving Wisconsin's economy forward.
The Waukesha County Business Alliance is excited to congratulate the seven recipients of the Mary Baer Schools2Skills scholarship to attend Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) this semester.
The Alliance has been a long-standing supporter of the city's quest for Lake Michigan water.
Nearly 600 job seekers met with 145 businesses at the WOW Workforce Development Center job fair.
The Waukesha County Business Alliance has announced the eight winners of its Emerging Leaders of Waukesha County awards program. These awards celebrate young professionals who have shown personal initiative, determination and commitment to their careers and their community.
The Alliance's Education Policy Committee hosted a roundtable session with area K-12 superintendents and post-secondary providers on Friday, April 7 to discuss countywide education priorities.