How You Can Help Solve the Workforce Shortage

Filed in Membership, Workforce Development by on July 6, 2021 2 Comments

workforce developmentNAHB Associates invite you to join Chairman Chuck Fowke on Tuesday, July 13, at 2 p.m. ET, for a shop talk discussion on successful initiatives to address the industry’s workforce shortage.

Problem-solvers at local home builders associations have joined forces with NAHB and the Home Builders Institute (HBI) to tackle this issue. Associate Members Committee Second Vice Chair Kimberly Mackey will moderate the discussion, and HBI President and CEO Ed Brady will outline HBI’s programs. They will be joined by an expert panel who will answer questions about workforce development programs in their communities.

The panel includes:

  • Chassity Vega, CEO, Greater Orlando Builders Association
  • Renee Zentz, CEO, Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs
  • Astrid Mangan, Principal, Marten Advisory Group
  • Karen Schroeder, NAHB Professional Women in Building Council Chair; Vice President, Mayberry Homes

Learn more and access the meeting link at nahb.org.

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  1. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has made a large financial and personnel commitment to train incarcerated men and women in the building and construction trades. We train in over twenty trades, and over half of those are building and construction.

    Our students finish with a different mindset than that which was the cause of their incarceration. They also finish with a certification that verifies that they have the knowledge and skills equivalent to that of a person who has finished the first year of an apprenticeship program.

    If you are in California, I encourage you to reach out to us to help you find personally evolved and highly qualified employees who are likely to become social leaders for cooperation and high standards. We also welcome your input on the design of our training programs so that we can produce the potential employees that you want to hire.

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