Two to talk on job outlook for non-college-bound

Published on Saturday, 27 May 2017 22:28
Written by Skyler Frazer

Staff writer

NEW BRITAIN - Two local business experts will discuss career paths for non-college-bound students in a presentation in June.

The Community Foundation of Greater New Britain’s Catalyst Fund meeting on June 8 will feature Andrea Comer, executive director of the Connecticut Business and Industry Association’s Education and Workforce Partnership, and Michael Foran, principal of New Britain High School’s Satellite Careers Academy.

They will discuss the need to provide support and training to non-college-bound students in their presentation “Workforce of the Future,” according to a press release from the CFGNB.

“We welcome members of the public to join us for this enlightening discussion about a topic that impacts our entire community,” Joeline Wruck, director of community initiatives said in the release.

Refreshments and a light dinner will be served at the meeting.

Those interested in attending should RSVP to Kimberly Duncan by Thursday, June 1.

She can be reached at 860-229-6018, ext. 300, or by email at

Posted in New Britain Herald, Business, General News, New Britain on Saturday, 27 May 2017 22:28. Updated: Saturday, 27 May 2017 22:31.