Manufacturing a Smarter Future: Revitalizing the Workforce

Join us for breakfast September 20th to discuss a timely topic many manufacturers face – how do I train, retain, recruit, and ultimately expand my workforce to increase production and maintain operational efficiencies?

Pioneers in this subject matter asked the same question prior to implementing programs that plotted out their workforce development roadmap. Through programs such as vocational schools, grants, joint ventures, apprenticeships, and internal training initiatives, our pioneers (or panelists) have stories and strategies to share that will leave you walking away with tangible tactics to implement; moving you closer to starting your not so burdensome journey to revitalizing your workforce.

Move beyond the crossroads of questioning where your workforce development journey begins, and join SC&H Group, First National Bank, and our panelists for a morning of networking, valuable insights, and of course some buzzworthy maple chipotle bacon, and learn more about how you can begin manufacturing a smarter future by revitalizing your workforce.

Our esteemed panel of experts will be moderated by Trif Alatzas, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of the Baltimore Sun.

Our panel of experts includes:

  • Jason Hardebeck, The Foundery
  • Mark Rice, Maritime Applied Physics Corporation
  • Renee Evans, Pompeian Inc.
  • Jen Strobel, Flagger Force
  • John Williams, Jamison Door

We hope you can join us for this insightful discussion!


Wednesday, September 20th

8:00 am - 10:00 am

Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
1340 Smith Ave, 
Baltimore, MD 21209

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