Gateway's Penny Hughey says it best, we are building tomorrow's workforce, today. In this video, Penny talks about education and how the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber and the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce serve as a bridge between K-12 students, teachers, and schools with our business community.
You know by now about Gateway's role as a sponsor with The Alabama Office of Apprenticeship and the concept of being an apprentice, but we are starting to break ground with the pre-apprentice model. In this video, Gateway’s Tyler Brunson breaks down what pre-apprenticeship means and how it works with information that is easily translated to our businesses, students, and community. Regardless of your career interest, age, or education level, these programs can work for anyone!
You hear us talking a lot about "workforce" and how - recently - there's just not enough! One way Gateway is working to increase the number of individuals participating in the labor market is by exploring, developing and expanding child care options for working families in Baldwin County. Gateway's Sally Westendorf explains more in this Gateway Update.
Gateway does a lot of things - and sometimes we feel like it takes a long time to explain all that we do. Join us as Ed Bushaw, Vice President of Workforce Development, explains a little bit about WHY our team focuses on building up our local workers through partnerships in our community.
What is the Baldwin County Chamber Coalition and what do they do? Join us as leadership from all 5 Chambers of Commerce in Baldwin County and a few elected officials share how the group uses ONE VOICE to represent the common interests of local businesses on issues that matter the most!