Having successfully led the Department of Labor’s efforts to support Delaware workers during one of the most challenging times in the state’s history, Secretary John McMahon announced that he would retire to spend more time with his family.
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The Awards Show and Closing Reception will be held at Delaware State University’s Arts Center/Gallery on March 14, 2015, 1-3 p.m. Secretary of State Jeffrey W. Bullock and Division of the Arts Deputy Director Kristin Pleasanton will preside at the Awards Ceremony.
Proposing an opportunity to grow a vital part of our economy while giving more young people the best chance to reach their potential, Governor Markell outlined an Accelerated Career Paths program that would allow high school juniors and seniors to obtain professional manufacturing certificates when they graduate.
Addressing the increased demand for IT and cyber security professionals in Delaware and across the country, Governor Jack Markell launched the Delaware Cyber Aces program, an online, cyber security education and training program.
The Delaware Department of Labor will be receiving a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to provide job training and job search assistance to displaced workers who have been challenged by residual effects from the economic downturn.