Scheduled for Monday, December 8, the 2014 Chicago Regional Meeting will convene over lunch at the Wojcik Conference Center at Harper College in Palatine–conveniently located just west of IL-Hwy 53 on Algonquin Road. Our two speakers: Sylvia Wetzel, Chief Learning Officer, Bison Gear & Engineering, and Dr. Maria H. Coons, Vice President of Workforce and Strategic Alliances, at Harper College, will address ways your company can meet the challenge of finding and retaining the workforce of the future.
NFPA Regional Meetings always offer a great, casual environment to meet with industry friends and colleagues and NFPA Regional Meetings are FREE. They are also open to members and non-members alike so invite your distributors, suppliers or customers—all are welcome. The hours are 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
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