Loveland Business Partnership, future workforce career campus plan event – Loveland Reporter-Herald


The Loveland Business Partnership and the Thompson Career Campus in Loveland will jointly host a breakfast on March 30 to help those making hiring decisions learn how community resources are available to train the next generation of employees.

The event will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Career Campus, 1811 W. 15th St., Suite B, Loveland.

Organizers said places are limited, so pre-registration is required on the business partnership’s Facebook page, @LovelandBusinessPartnership.

The target audience for the event is business leaders and HR personnel.

“Join us to learn more about how your company can fill open positions, develop a pipeline of future workers interested in your industry, and grow, as well as shape, your own employee base,” said a flyer on the event.

The Career Campus, a new facility within the Thompson School District, is designed to help students develop real-world skills including construction trades, geographic information systems, health sciences, information technology, manufacturing and design.

The campus offers employers the opportunity to create internships and apprenticeships as well as to establish relationships with future workers.

“We look forward to this amazing opportunity to host the Loveland Business Partnership at the Thompson Career Campus for a collaborative morning focused on workplace learning experiences,” said Harold Ferguson High School/Thompson Principal Jason Germain. Career Campus, in a writing. declaration.

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