This week, Dave is joined by Dr. Tim Lee, Veteran’s Service Officer at Co-Lin Community College and a member of the steering committee for the ACT Work Ready program in Lawrence County.
This week, Dave is joined by Bernie Reed, founder and owner of Reed’s Metals, and a proven leader in economic development.
This week, Dave is joined by Etta Taplin Vice-President of the North Pike School Board and past president of the Mississippi School Board Association and Scott Bryan, President of the Lawrence County School Board and incoming president of the Mississippi School Board Association, talking about the importance of education in economic development.
On today’s episode, Dave is joined by Chandler Russ, Economic Development Director for Adams County.
This week, Dave talks with Arthur Evans, Economic Developer with Copiah County, about development in the county and the ACT Work Keys test and how important it is to continued development in southwest Mississippi.
This week, Dave talks about the ACT Work Keys Assessment and why it’s so important, and has some less-than-good news on economic indicators.
This week, Dave continues his discussion with Sha Walker, President of the Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce and co-founder of Jumpstart ACT.
This week, Dave talks with Sha Walker, President of the Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce and co-founder of Jumpstart ACT.
This week, Dave talks local business and industry, and discusses ACT WorkReady Communities with Robert Byrd, General Manager of SuperTalk Southwest.
Dave is joined this week by Garrick Combs, Executive Director of the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, with insights into the “behind the scenes” things that have to be done to attract business and industry to the area.
On today’s edition of the Economic Development Show, Dave Nichols talks high school graduation rates, and why they’re so important to economic development for our area.
Episode 3 of The Economic Development Show, with guest Dr. Wendy Smith, head of the Workforce Training Center at Southwest Mississippi Community College.