The Chemours Company announced today that it plans to make the City of Wilmington the permanent home of its global corporate headquarters. The company, which plans to employ 900 people in Delaware, was spun off from DuPont in the summer of 2015. Their offices are currently in the DuPont Building on Rodney Square.
Governor’s Weekly Message: Making Delaware a Center for Research and Employment in Biotechnology and the Life Sciences
Governor Markell discusses efforts to build a well-trained workforce, foster business development, and bring together leaders from government and industry to make Delaware a center for employment in biotechnology and the life sciences.
Governor, Department of Correction, educators celebrate graduation of 10 offenders from new culinary certification program
Governor Jack Markell, Department of Correction administrators, and representatives from Delaware Technical Community College celebrated the graduation of 10 offenders from the Sussex Community Corrections Center (SCCC) who completed the culinary program offered at its newly renovated training facility.
In a sign of the increasing interest in employment opportunities for young people with disabilities
Governor Markell highlights efforts across Delaware to strengthen the state’s transportation system.