SEEDA enters next phase of industry study

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Task Force voted Tuesday to move forward into the next phase of a Sheridan Area Career Technical Education and Training Strategy and Target Industry Study.

SEEDA has contracted with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, a nonprofit corporation based in Chicago, to research local and regional market trends and how they relate to the existing and future labor force.

CAEL recently completed the primary phase of the study and will now move forward with a Target Industries Profile and Career Technical Education and Training Strategy.

SEEDA board members granted authority to a subcommittee to fine tune a work request for CAEL and send the work order off before the board meets again next month.

SEEDA will pay CAEL $22,000 when the Target Industry Profile is complete, $22,000 when the CTET Strategy is done, and $22,425 when the final report is delivered.

See the full story in Wednesday’s edition of The Sheridan Press.

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Tracee Davis

Tracee Davis joined the staff at The Sheridan Press in July of 2013. She covers business, energy and public safety. Tracee grew up in Kemmerer and has lived in several locations both in the U.S. and overseas. Her journalism training stems from her military service.
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