ERIC Number: ED231495
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Nov
Reference Count: 0
"Primary Partners in Economic Development": Cooperation in High Technology--Community Colleges, Business and Industry, Labor and Government. Conference Proceedings (Seattle, Washington, August 20, 1982).
Mohn, Meleese, Ed.
This proceedings reflects the content of a day-long conference designed to introduce selected publics to established models for economic stimulus with applicability to Washington state; provide a focus for the statewide legislative studies of education and high technology; and promote the Washington state community college system as the primary connection with business, industry, and labor for the support and development of incentives for economic recovery through education and training. For each of the four conference sessions, and luncheon and dinner addresses, summaries are provided of the major presentations, reactor comments, and participant feedback as gathered through questionnaires. The major presentations were: (1) "Employment Picture in Washington State," by Norward Brooks, Commissioner of the Employment Security Department; (2) "Cooperative Programs in Washington Community Colleges/Business-Industry Connection," by John Vicklund from Eldec Corporation and Larry Henderson from Kaiser Aluminum; (3) "Economic Development and the Future of Washington State," by Richard T. Schrock, Director of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development; (4) "A Successful State Model--North Carolina," by Larry Blake of the North Carolina State Department of Community Colleges; (5) "The National Picture: Economy on the Downtrend," by Richard Klassen; and (6) "Building a Team: Community Colleges, Business and Industry, State Government--This Is the Way We Did It in North Carolina," by Governor James B. Hunt. (AYC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Seattle Community Coll. District, Washington.
Identifiers: North Carolina; South Carolina; Washington