Bridging America’s Gap Launches a Proven Skills Gap Solution

Bridging America’s Gap (BAG) is pleased to announce the expansion of their unique and successful workforce development program. This will extend the program into additional industries beyond their original skills gap program tailored to the crane, rigging & specialized transportation industry. The first (2) two Career Skills Events for 2018 have been set. April 13, BAG will join with the Indiana chapter of SkillsUSA at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, IN and on April 24, BAG will join with the Wisconsin chapter of SkillsUSA at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI.

BAG helps industries & businesses develop long-term skills gap solutions and a future employee pipeline for entry level positions. The workforce development program created by Bridging America’s Gap, partners with industry leaders & stakeholders to address the skills gap challenge with proven solutions.

Partnering with industry leaders, BAG helps develop, implement and champion a workforce vision for the industry that aligns all the key stakeholders. In working with stakeholders such as associations, business leaders, unions, industry media and educators, BAG coordinates and directs efforts that create Career Skills Events designed specifically for each industry. BAG provides unique solutions, tailored to each industry. During Career Skills Events, interested individuals learn first-hand about potential career opportunities in numerous skills industries and better understand how and why a career path within these industries would be a good career fit for them.

Click here to read the entire article published by Bridging America’s Gap on the Cision PR Newswire website.

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