In partnership with CESA and Grow North, Centergy is hosting a webinar series on opportunities for Career Readiness in Central and North-Central Wisconsin.
WEBINAR TOPIC: Youth Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning
Are you interested in a deeper relationship yet - Work-Based Learning and Youth Apprenticeship are for you!!!
About our Speaker: Brooke Holbrook - Career Readiness - Youth Apprenticeship, Career Pathways & Inspire WI, CESA 9
Brooke Holbrook, MA has over 27 years of experience in the area of higher education and human services, with 16 years devoted to education. Brooke currently serves as the Director of Education for Economic Development at CESA 8 and 9. Her role focuses on leading and managing programs to assist K-12 District with Career Readiness. These programs include Academic Career Planning, Regional Career Pathway, Inspire WI, Youth Apprenticeship and other related consultation and training services. She also served as the Manager of K-12 Relations at Northeast WI Technical College (NWTC) for 11 years. Her areas of achievement and expertise include leadership and management, fostering collaboration with external partners, including K-12 systems, universities and business partners, curriculum development and project management. Brooke actively serves on several K-12 Advisory teams, Workforce/Economic Development Committees and partners with business/industry alliances in the New North and North Central region of Wisconsin.
Who is CESA?
CESAs make it possible for schools, regardless of size, to work together to share staff and equipment, save money, and extend educational opportunities to all corners of the state and to all children. CESAs provide these services without mandates, without levying taxes, and with no state aid.
Centergy, Inc. is a 501(c)4 nonprofit regional marketing and economic development organization. Our purpose is to foster collaboration among private and public-sector leaders throughout the five counties of central Wisconsin that make up the Centergy Region: Adams, Lincoln, Marathon, Portage, and Wood Counties.
The Centergy brand provides an effective way to leverage the collective economic power of the region’s five counties. It allows us to unite the region’s efforts in talent attraction and development, regional brand development, business development, and promoting innovation and entrepreneurship within the business community.