Last week OED hosted Silicon Valley Manufacturing Roundtable 2016. One of the panels was planned to highlight the need of Silicon Valley companies for trained manufacturing workers. The panel consisted of Michael Chissell, who runs training programs for San Jose-based MASS Precision; Alyssa Lynch, superintendent of MetroEd, a vocational training center in San Jose that works with 1,500 high school and continuing education students each year; and Mirza Handzar, who works on custom training programs for employers at work2future, part of the local Workforce Development Board. Nakisa Hupman, work2future, served as moderator.
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