practices for career advising will be discussed at the next meeting of the Governor’s Workforce Development Task
Force. The meeting is scheduled to take place Thursday, May 4 from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. MT at the Idaho Career & Technical Education Clearwaters Conference
Room, 3rd floor, Len B. Jordan Building, 650 W. State St., Boise.
on state college and career advising tools, the implementation of college and
career advising in schools, and career and technical education in middle
schools are planned. Presentations on the Idaho Digital Learning Portals and a
proposed Idaho Career Information System rebuild also are on the agenda.
the presentations, the task force will hold open discussions and begin writing
recommendations based on best practices.
complete agenda can be found online at: http://labor.idaho.gov/publications/workforce-taskforce-agenda-May4.pdf
Video conferencing is available at three other
locations around the state: In Twin Falls at the College of South Idaho Taylor
Building; in Coeur d’Alene at North Idaho College Siebert Building; and in
Pocatello at the Idaho State University College of Technology Building #48. A
listen-only conference line also is available.
Idaho Gov. C. L. “Butch” Otter established the
Workforce Development Task Force in January 2017 to find solutions for funding
and delivering a skilled workforce for Idaho. Task force members represent
employers in health care, aerospace, food processing, natural resources,
advanced manufacturing, energy and construction. Members also include
legislators and educators.