Media coverage heats up

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Media coverage heats up

Charlotte Works has been in the media several times in the last couple of weeks:

President & CEO Steve Partridge was a panelist on Charlotte Talks on Charlotte’s NPR station, WFAE-FM 90.7 on June 7. He served on a panel that discussed long-term unemployment. Other guests included Senator Kay Hagan and Charlotte Works’ client Nancy Johnson.

Partridge was also quoted in “Senate Duo Punches Time Clock on Job-Training Bill,” an article about the U.S. Senate’s version of Workforce Investment Act (WIA) reauthorization that appeared in the June 5 edition of Roll Call, the daily newspaper that covers Congress when it’s in session.

And in a sidebar to that article, Roll Call highlighted Charlotte Works’ partnership with Siemens in “N.C. Workforce Board Uses Innovative Approach to Job-Training Programs” (June 5).


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