A new report from Educate Maine has proposed a new way to collaborate in Maine’s workforce. As it demands to promote internships and involvement. It is happening in almost six industry sectors according to the report. Cervone stated that hospitality turned to be creative and proceed towards York County Community College and set up an apprenticeship program.
The Maine Chamber of Commerce has been calling the number of companies to offer tours, job and internships. Chamber of Commerce President Dana Connors conveyed that people get internships in the respective company and work with them from which around 60 per cent of those people go for the same company as full-time employment at the end of their education.
Portland’s Paradigm Windows has stepped into a new way of hiring by coordinating with schools and local organisations.
Julka Arsovski had joined in 1999 and said that she was not that fluent with English earlier and now she managed to reach the post of plant manager.
Cervone also said that they are only able to reach 8000 out of 180000 kids through CTE centres.
Central Maine Auto also said that they had a better experience by hiring locals with less experience rather than coaxing the more experienced candidates.