Archive for the ‘Talent Development’ Category

23Mar

Local high school students explore career options at Mid-State Technical College

By Portage County Business Council

Mid-State Technical College gave 282 students from area high schools a chance to explore various careers with CareerView events across its campuses in Marshfield, Stevens Point, and Wisconsin Rapids, March (continued).

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14Mar

Is the Sky Falling?

By Portage County Business Council

Written By: Todd Kuckkahn Executive Director, Portage County Business Council Here is a convoluted story line.  With Lent and all of the fish fries, I was thinking of Easter.  Easter (continued).

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10Mar

Ignite Member Spotlight: Angel Whitehead

By Portage County Business Council

Member Spotlight: Angel Whitehead Occupation: Marketing Communications Coordinator at Portage County Business Council [Connect on LinkedIn] Why did you get involved with Ignite? I’ve been working in Portage County for (continued).

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06Mar

Pitch your Business Idea at HATCH

By Portage County Business Council

Do you have a fledgling business idea you’ve always wondered about taking to the next level? Do you dream of pursuing  your passion project? Have you heard about HATCH? HATCH is (continued).

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03Feb

Leadership Portage County

By Portage County Business Council

Leadership Portage County January 19, 2017 Session Recap Lisa Schaufenbuel / Randy Zietlow The day began with Wendy Mitch continuing her presentation to the class on the outward mindset.  She (continued).

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03Feb

Ignite Anniversary Party

By Portage County Business Council

  Come celebrate Ignite Leadership Network of Portage County’s 5th Anniversary! We will toast the accomplishments of our past year and look ahead to what we have planned for 2017 (continued).

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03Feb

Ignite Partnership

By Portage County Business Council

“I am excited about the partnership between Ignite and Portage County Business Council. Both organizations have been working towards connecting young professionals to the community through leadership development, social interaction (continued).

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16Jan

Millennials earn 20% less than Boomers did at same stage of life

Originally published by the Stevens Point Journal Baby Boomers: your millennial children are worse off than you. With a median household income of $40,581, millennials earn 20 percent less than (continued).

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10Jan

Transitioning from College to the Working World: 7 Survival Tips

By Nicole Fallon, Business News Daily Assistant Editor. For many recent graduates, it can be challenging to make the transition from college student to working professional. Trading in the days (continued).

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10Jan

8 Best Pieces Of Career Advice For Young Professionals

Kevork Djansezian/Getty By Richard Feloni New college graduates are entering a volatile job market where even an elite degree doesn’t guarantee success. “In business, and particularly in high tech, it’s not (continued).

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