Speakers to Discuss New Career Street Program at Association’s March 19 Breakfast Briefing


ERIE — Aldo Jackson, Ph.D., director of the Erie County Technical School, and Mary Bula, vice president of Collective Impact at the United Way of Erie County and project facilitator for Erie Together, will present on Career Street, a new comprehensive career exploration and planning program in Erie County, during the Manufacturer & Business Association’s next Eggs ‘n’ Issues briefing starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday, March 19, at the Association’s Conference Center, 2171 West 38th Street at Pittsburgh Avenue. All media are invited to attend.

The speakers, who are both on Career Street’s advisory board, will explain how the program will unite employers, schools and nonprofit organizations in the pursuit of developing a well-prepared future work force while better preparing students for the careers they want.

To register for this briefing, click here or contact Terry Nunez at 814/833-3200 or 800/815-2660. Cost is $30 for members, $60 for nonmembers.