Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce: Panel Discussion: Education to Work Pipeline Programs for BIPOC Students

January 16, 2024 at 8:30am10:00am

One Portland Square
9th Floor
Portland, ME 04101

Verrill is proud to host the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming panel discussion, Education to Work Pipeline Programs for BIPOC Students, on Tuesday, January 16 at 8:30am. The panel will feature Kaylin Kerina, State of Maine Department of Economic and Community Development, Jen Burns, Boys & Girls Club, Kate Howell, Educate Maine, Nathan Davis, Gateway Community Services, and Ayesha Hall, State of Maine Department of Education.

Don’t miss this session to learn about several community pipeline programs for students of color and how your organization can be engaged, as well as ways to address the structural systems that impact the working experiences of BIPOC in Maine.

This educational opportunity fits squarely within pillar 3 of the Chamber’s racial equity strategic plan which focuses on inclusive education pathways for BIPOC and underemployed BIPOC in our region to aid in successfully engaging them in the Greater Portland workforce.

To register for this event, please click here.