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Gov. Reeves shifting state economic focus to workforce development, helping businesses

Reeves said he's focused on creating more jobs and bringing more economic development and growth to the state. The state will rebrand the Mississippi Office of Workforce Development into Accelerate Mississippi and focus on improving its development policies to retain graduates and bring more people to Mississippi, he said. "I ...

State Workforce Investment Board Announces Ryan Miller as Executive Director of Office of Workforce Development

The State Workforce Investment Board (SWIB) Executive Committee has announced the selection of Ryan Miller as Mississippi’s first Executive Director of the Office of Workforce Development. The Office will lead workforce development strategy and implementation for the state. Full Article

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Hundreds of opportunities are available in various fields such as electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, metallurgy, construction, manufacturing, shipping, and administration. Find out more about the company's investments in aluminum and Mississippi.PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Aluminum Dynamics, a joint venture of Steel Dynamics, will host open Application Days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at The Communiversity at EMCC. Our Workforce and Community Services division is providing the site for the event as a service to the community. The company is expected to eventually hire up to 750 people for the $2.5 billion aluminum mill that is under construction in Lowndes County. A Steel Dynamics press release about the event is available here: bit.ly/44VPUVm ... See MoreSee Less

Hundreds of opportunities are available in various fields such as electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, metallurgy, construction, manufacturing, shipping, and administration. Find out more about the companys investments in aluminum and Mississippi.
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