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Developing future-ready students in the Pewaukee School District

October 11th, 2018|

By: Mike Cady, PhD, superintendent of the Pewaukee School District. Over the past year the Pewaukee School District (PSD) has been able to successfully implement Academic Career Planning (ACP) practices with our students at the middle and high school levels.

Keeping opioids out of your workplace

October 11th, 2018|

By: Charles Palmer, partner & sub-practice leader, workplace safety & health, Michael Best. Gun violence is pervasive in parts of Milwaukee. It is on the news nearly every night and last year the death toll reached 118. While this is clearly troubling, it pales in comparison to another grim statistic: deaths from opioids.

Inspiring Waukesha County Students

October 11th, 2018|

By: Susan Koehn, Director, Talent Initiatives, Milwaukee7. As southeast Wisconsin continues to grow, talent is needed to drive economic growth. Today, workers are in short supply to replace retiring baby boomers and fill new jobs created, even using modest economic forecasts. Employers at the forefront of competition for scarce talent are asking for help getting in front of young people and their influencers earlier, while career decisions are being made.

Connecting manufacturers with legislators to discuss tariffs

July 20th, 2018|

While the Alliance has not taken a formal position on tariffs, we are working to connect business to their legislators and others when they have feedback to share. Below is a message from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, Tom Donohue, regarding this federal issue. The U.S. Chamber is collecting information from businesses that [...]

Partnering with Waukesha County schools

July 17th, 2018|

We know that every day, our schools are doing more and more to partner with business. We too, are expanding our efforts in the area of K-12 relationships, business and education partnerships, workforce development and supporting districts in their academic and career planning work. In recent years, this work has increased dramatically. We’re excited that for the 2018-19 school year, 12 school districts in Waukesha County have committed to work with the Alliance to take these efforts to the next level.