Rendon praises focus on technical career goals in House Action Plan

first_img Objectives prepare Michiganders for vocational opportunitiesA policy blueprint for the 98th Legislature was revealed today at a Capitol news conference hosted by Michigan House Republicans, and state Rep. Bruce Rendon, is especially enthusiastic about items focused on educating people today for the careers of tomorrow.“Michigan’s continued growth depends on our skilled and talented work force,” said Rendon, R-Lake City. “The technical jobs are there, and now it’s our task to equip the people of Michigan with the right skills.”The House Republican Action Plan specifically outlines ideas offering educational training programs, incentives and flexibility; advancing skilled-trade job opportunities; emphasizing skills needed for high school graduates in today’s economy; expanding Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics initiatives into grade schools; and efficient education savings programs for students of Michigan’s public colleges.“The Michigan Legislature must continue connecting high-school students with the training needed for high-demand, well-paying jobs that are available right now,” Rendon said. “We need to embrace common-sense ideas and expand vocational, technical and post-secondary training and programs to prepare young people for this growing job market.”Commitment to reform, strengthening the state’s economy, holding government accountable, and smart, sound budgeting are also key pillars of the House Action Plan, which—when paired with a focus on the people who make Michigan great—will chart a path to a successful and bright future for all.Learn more at 05Feb Rendon praises focus on technical career goals in House ‘Action Plan’ Categories: Rendon Newslast_img

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