Senator Maroney Working To Better Educate Connecticut’s Workforce

Press release from the Office of Connecticut State Senator James Maroney:

September 28, 2020

State Senator James Maroney (D-Milford) is working to better educate Connecticut’s workforce to meet the state’s manufacturing needs. On Friday, September 25, Senator Maroney and Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz met with Brian Bannon, owner and founder of ThermaXX Jackets; Jamie Scott, Executive Director of Manufacture CT; David Tuttle, Director of the Platt Manufacturing Program; and State Rep. Dorinda Borer to discuss ways to improve the school-to-work pipeline, the manufacturing job opportunities currently available, the ways companies have stepped up to help during the coronavirus pandemic, and workforce development.

“One of the powers of state government is the ability to convene meetings, and bring people together to have important discussions,” said Sen. Maroney. “I thank Brian Bannon and Thermaxx for hosting this valuable meeting. When there is a problem, the only way to move forward is

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