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|Third Galesburg Visioning Session Thursday -- LIVE COVERAGE ON WGIL AND WGIL.COM
|The third Galesburg Advantage work session is entitled RAISING Human Capital: A 21st Century Workforce, and will touch on workforce development, educational attainment and access to technology.
Panel members include: Tom Schmidt, President, Carl Sandburg College; Roger Taylor, President, Knox College; Dave Dunn, President, Masters Educational Services; Ken Hutchenrider, CEO, Cottage Hospital; Joel Estes, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, CUSD No. 205; and Blanche Shoup, Director of Workforce Area 14, Workforce Investment Board of Western Illinois. The panel discussion will be moderated by Terry Cavanaugh, co-host, WGIL Morning News.
All sessions take place on the Carl Sandburg College campus, 2400 Tom L. Wilson Boulevard, Galesburg, Building "B" in the Dr. Donald G. Crist Student Center. The sessions begin at 6 pm and last approximately two hours. Attend one or all of the sessions. Contact Jenni Moser at 309/345-3628 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
You can tune in to live coverage of the panel discussion portion of the session live Thursday night beginning at 6pm on AM 1400 WGIL. It will also be streamed live on the wgil.com "Special Events Live Audio" link found on the homepage.
Agendas for future sessions and summaries for past sessions are posted on the City of Galesburg web site at www.ci.galesburg.il.us. Remaining Galesburg Advantage sessions include:
03/19/2009 - Raising Human Capital: A 21st Century Workforce
03/26/2009 - Driving Innovation: Business Growth and Development
04/02/2009 - Celebrating Community: Tourism and Downtown Development
04/09/2009 - Cultivating a Sense of Place: The Rules of a Community and Neighborhood Attraction
|03 18 09 by Newsroom
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