Ed Flanagan was Deputy Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Labor from 1995 to 1999, when Governor Tony Knowles appointed him Labor Commissioner.
Process Technology Student SpotLights
Renah Wolzinger, Workforce Credentials Coalition
Bridging Education to a Great Career.
Renah Wolzinger is a leading expert in data-driven decision making focusing on understanding how educators and workforce partners are using data to inform practice.
Maritime Works and the Nationals fUnd for Workforce Solutions
Alaska’s maritime sector employs over 70,000 people, from our largest cities to our smallest villages. Almost half of these jobs are currently held by non-residents, and we’d like to change that! The maritime sector has a huge potential to positively impact the economies in many of our communities.
APICC COmmunity Partners
Process Technology Student Spotlight
"There's tremendous demand for skilled people at all levels of almost every organization and almost every industry and that's true in almost every part of the country."
The number one challenge with today’s young talent is a problem hiding in plain sight: The ever-widening “Soft Skills Gap.”
Millennials are NOT a bunch of delicate, lazy, disrespectful, inappropriate slackers with short attention spans.
Millennials – at least those worth hiring – want leaders who take them seriously at work and set them up for success in the real world, not leaders who try to humor them.
We are living through the most profound changes in the economy since the Industrial Revolution. Technology, globalization, and the accelerating pace of change have yielded chaotic markets, fierce competition, and unpredictable staff requirements.