This guide provides contacts for posting open positions, internship and apprenticeship programs, education resources, and other miscellaneous workforce development organizations that can assist companies with finding and developing talent.
The City of Reno has scheduled an additional public workshop regarding their Business License Ordinance
Thursday, Feb. 23 at 3:30 p.m. at Reno City Hall in the Council Chambers (first floor).
Additionally, here is the new timeline for review and consideration by the Reno City Council:
March 8, 2017 – Discuss the proposed ordinance and fee schedule in concept and seek comment from the Council and the public. March 22, 2017 – First reading of the ordinance and review of the draft fee schedule. April 12, 2017 – Second reading of the ordinance and consideration of the fee schedule for approval.
All three meetings are to begin at noon and will be held at Reno City Hall in the Council Chambers.
Congratulations to Pacific Cheese who will be growing their local staff.
Pacific Cheese has been in Reno, Nevada since 2004 and is a processor and distributor of natural cheese and cheese products. We are fortunate to have them in our community and look forward to their continued growth and success!
QuantumMark, LLC survey found the threat from baby boomers retirement is real.
One way to do this is through the exclusive SWE Career Center Job Flash email which is sent to the inboxes of over 10,000 active and passive job seekers.
Are you looking for resources to start or grow your business?
Check out the State Department of Business and Industry Business Resource Center, a one-stop online portal dedicated to providing easy access to the most comprehensive statewide resources, information and education that businesses need to succeed, including The Learning Center, Access to Capital Directory, Resource Directory. Visit the Business Resource Center here.
The key note speaker, Sean Kelly, is an expert on employee engagement and millennial workforce.
Truckee Meadows Community College has partnered with Panasonic to develop an accelerated training program that prepares job candidates with skills for Material Handler and Production Operator positions.
It’s called the Panasonic Preferred Pathway (P3) program. “The P3 program is flexible to fit into people’s schedules, and will fast track those taking the program with the exact skills Panasonic is looking for to fill the 2000-3000 employees needed in this fast-growing industry,” said J. Kyle Dalpe, Ph.D., interim dean, Technical Sciences Division.
With over 22 years of experience as a national math enrichment coaching and competition program, MATHCOUNTS increases enthusiasm for and enhances achievement though grassroots efforts in middle school mathematics.
From hotels to healthcare, LEED is everywhere.
In just under 20 years, LEED revolutionized the green building marketplace, becoming the international standard for the design, construction and operation of high-performance structures. In fact it was just announced that Nevada ranks number six among the top ten states for LEED. On February 28th from 8 am-12:30 pm, a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) version 4 training, sponsored by the City of Reno Community Development Department will be offered at the Discovery Museum. View the entire press release here and visit the web page or sign up to register here.
Major Investor of the Week
BENDER GROUP – Bender Group combines a small business approach with innovative and technology-based logistics solutions to help companies of all sizes improve their supply chain systems.