White Lake 7th-12th Grade Students Participated in a Youth Manufacturing Summit Last Week.
FOR ANTIGO TIMES
Employers from Robbins Flooring, SMI, Nicolet Plastics, the Department of Workforce Development, and the Langlade County Economic Cooperation were in attendance to get feedback from a panel of students on the future of the workforce. Our main goal was to hear student voice as it pertains to workforce development and retention. We were very fortunate to be the pilot school for incorporating this type of academic and career planning activity.