By Tim Waldo, CIS Workforce Readiness Specialist Every organization has that person or that team that works behind the scenes, making things happen, diligently focused on helping the team succeed with little or no fanfare. At one point in my career I worked for a manufacturing company. Willie worked in
The Manufacturing Extension Partnership gave a shout out to its Tennessee MEP partner, highlighting the Leadership and Supervision Program offered by the Center for Industrial Services. http://ws680.nist.gov/mepmeis/ManufacturingSuccesses.aspx?SSID=4501
LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA – August 9, 2017 – The 2017 UEDA Awards of Excellence finalists have been chosen following an extremely close competition this year. Higher education institutions and organizations across North America submit nominations annually for innovative programs that focus on developing economic prosperity in their communities and beyond.
Reprinted from Waldo’s LinkedIn page. Fourteen and Forty Three…and Much, Much More Tim Waldo Solutions in Workforce Development There were two interesting numbers out of Washington recently: 14 and 43. Fourteen is the number of federal agencies administering workforce development programs…43 programs, to be precise. They are interesting because these
CIS Among Matchmakers for Automotive Suppliers, Buyers Southern automotive manufacturers and suppliers are forgoing the latest apps and going back to good old matchmaking when it comes to doing business. In a collaboration between the Center for Industrial Services (CIS), the Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association (TAMA) and the Tennessee Department