Shell Deer Park GM speaks at Talent Pipeline Management National Conference
Jul 18, 2016
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation held a conference this past spring to discuss its Talent Pipeline Management initiative -- an innovative program that is an employer-led, demand-driven model of post-secondary education and training. The initiative aims to close the nation’s skills gap.
This year, Barry Klein,Shell Deer Park’s general manager, spoke at the conference about the site’s ongoing collaboration with the East Harris County Manufacturers Association (EHCMA), the Greater Houston Partnership and nearby community colleges to address the workforce needs in the manufacturing sector in Harris County, Texas.
Shell Deer Park is excited about accelerating this collaboration and working together with its partners to strengthen the manufacturing sector in Harris County.
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