Maritime Industry Looks to Train a Skilled Workforce

Whether it’s seafood processing or in a shipyard there aren’t enough skilled workers to meet the jobs in Alaska. Now, a group of maritime businesses are looking to train Alaskans to fill skilled jobs in their industry. The partnership, “Maritime Works” was presented at the annual Southeast Conference meeting in Petersburg.


The Maritime Works panel sits in front of the Southeast Conference gathering, Sept. 20, in Petersburg. (from left) Kris Norosz, Julie Decker, Doug Ward, Cari Ann Carty. Photo/Angela Denning

To listen to the panel discussion and read the full article, click here.

Source: Maritime Industry Looks to Train a Skilled Workforce | KFSK

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