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ABC of Wisconsin launches Money Jobs

MADISON, Jan. 8, 2020 — ABC of Wisconsin has launched a new micro-series that will take a behind-the-scenes look at careers in construction. The series is called Money Jobs, hosted by Jobs [...]

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ABC of Wisconsin Top 10 news stories in 2019

Here are ten of the biggest stories for the ABC of Wisconsin Chapter in 2019, in no particular order ...

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Wisconsin receives high marks for construction business climate

Wisconsin ranks 8th for having an exemplary business environment for merit shop construction contractors. Wisconsin ranks higher than most states for policies and programs that promote open [...]

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ABC of Wisconsin endorses Tiffany for Congress

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin is endorsing State Senator Tom Tiffany’s election to Congress.

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Green Bay West HS students learn about apprenticeship at Ama

GREEN BAY – Students from Green Bay West High School learned about apprenticeship opportunities in the skilled construction trades and made their own toolboxes during a demonstration Friday at [...]

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Jobs Ambassador: Building Wisconsin Jobs Requires Reimagining Higher Ed

As a mom, I remember sitting in the eighth-grade parents’ “Introduction to High School” presentation in our district. As Wisconsin’s former lieutenant governor, I remember the part about higher [...]

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Former Lt. Gov. Kleefisch partners with ABC of Wisconsin

MADISON, Nov. 12, 2019 — Former Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch has partnered with the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin as the organization's “Jobs Ambassador.” [...]

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Why Apprenticeship is Becoming a Smart Choice for Many

Many economists, employers and academics tell us that our post-secondary education system is churning out too many four-year graduates. For decades, many parents, teachers and school counselors [...]

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ABC Leading Coalition on Skilled Labor Shortage

MADISON — ABC of Wisconsin is leading a coalition of employee-owned, union, and non-union employers to help address the skilled labor shortage. The Second Start Act, which passed the Assembly [...]

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With Nearly 1,600 Apprentices, ABC of Wisconsin Remains Committed to Skilled Trades Training

Recruiting, educating and upskilling our workforce is a cornerstone of the U.S. construction industry, and an essential component to supporting our most important asset – our people.

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