October Luncheon – Recruiting & Retaining Local Students
You are invited to the Women in Business luncheon on October 17th, 2019!
Melissa Skadson, Diversity & Compliance Manager, will discuss how businesses can recruit and retain college and high school students in order to increase their workforce. She will share best practices regarding internship programs, as well as other strategies to attract and engage the generation entering the workforce.
Deadline to register is Oct 14th at noon.
We’ve seen the headlines and heard the reports. Far too often acts of violence are changing lives. Preparedness for potentially dangerous situations can make a huge difference in the outcome. Officer Bridget Klinger from the Winona Police Department will present “Danger in the Workplace – What to Do in a Hostile Event or Active Shooter Situation”.
Download the presentation: Active Shooter Information
Vicki Decker, Founding Chair of Women in Business, is the Career Services Director Emerita of Winona State University. Vicki has always been passionate about nurturing and promoting women, encouraging them to achieve their full potential. She has sponsored scholarships for women in aviation and for students to study abroad so they can expand their horizons. She has been a part of the Winona community since coming here for college. She has held professional offices at the state and national level and has presented locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
Vicki always says one of her most prized recognition’s was when she was honored by WIB with the scholarship and we are honored to have her at our June Luncheon to present our 2019 Scholarship Awards. Please join us to celebrate our recipients and network!
Nate and Ally’s
109 E 3rd Street
Winona, MN 55987
Shellie Nelson is a certified athletic trainer (ATC) and has advanced degrees in Human Performance and Leadership. Shellie has been providing healthcare to athletes and teaching Injury Recognition, Rehabilitation, and Kinesiology in higher education for 35 years. Her unique teaching experiences, professional training and ability to analyze human movement allow her to assist her clients with decreasing pain, while increasing strength and flexibility to allow more efficient and pain free movement.