April 2021 – Talent Pipeline Workshop

  • Are you finding it challenging to find great people?
  • Having trouble keeping all your positions filled?
  • Looking for candidates in all the wrong places?

Join AMIP for our first talent pipeline workshop and learn from local organizations about their successes partnering with manufacturers to help fill positions, create careers and support employee needs all at the same time! In this workshop, three Cincinnati area organizations will share what they do and how they are enabling employers like you. There will be time to share & discuss employer experiences and we will have small group breakouts to allow for deeper networking and discovery

This workshop is available for download by filling out the form below:

Guest Panelists:

Matt Mooney, Vice President & General Manager

Cincinnati Works is a workforce development nonprofit that, for 25 years, has worked to eliminate poverty through employment. For our Job Seekers, we provide free life-long coaching, job readiness training, employment opportunities, and wraparound retention support services – all with the focus on long-term success. For our Employer Partners, we provide a suite of services that cover a range of frontline workforce needs: filling open positions, supporting and retaining employees, and developing them to advance.

Erica DiMartino, Business Account Manager / Job Developer

The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is the largest national provider of employment services for people coming home from incarceration.  Our comprehensive employment and training services help individuals connect to a job and career. CEO exists to create greater opportunities for people who face multiple barriers to economic success. We believe that everyone, regardless of their past, deserves the chance to shape a stronger future for themselves, their family, and their communities.

Bryan Wright, PhD, Executive Director

Cincinnati Compass is a collaborative project of the Cincinnati USA regional Chamber, the City of Cincinnati, the University of Cincinnati, more than 60 Community Partners and a growing list of investors who believe that immigrants are key contributors to a strong regional economy and a diverse, vibrant community. Welcoming and integrating more immigrants in our community is a shared goal of the supporters of Cincinnati Compass.  Connecting immigrants, refugees & community for a stronger region.

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