From the Business Journal
August 3, 2012
By next July, 3,000 low-income or minority students in southeastern Wisconsin will choose a career path, talk to professionals in that industry and map a high school and post-secondary education strategy under a new initiative from the Greater Milwaukee Committee’s Talent Dividend.
Dubbed “My Life! My Plan!,” the system kicked off as a pilot in January. But it is expanding this school year with the help of a Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development grant approved in July, said Scott Jansen, director of the Talent Dividend for the GMC.
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