More than 2,640 people have found jobs through ShaleNET, a comprehensive recruitment, training, placement and retention program for high-demand, hard-to-fill entry-level jobs across the Marcellus Shale footprint. That’s according to the March newsletter of the ShaleNET initiative, which was launched in July 2010.
Industry leaders, policy makers and educators will discuss ShaleNET [...]
The success of ShaleNET – linking more than 2,000 people with Marcellus Shale industry-related jobs – was recently profiled in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in a front page “Sunday Business” story. As P-G Energy and Business Reporter Erich Schwartzel notes in the article, there is not one unique “student profile.” People come to these trainings from all walks of [...]
ShaleNET is a multi-state, comprehensive recruitment, training, placement and retention program for jobs in the gas industry throughout [...]
In just 15 months, ShaleNET — a multi-state recruitment, training, placement and retention program for jobs in the gas industry — has graduated 65+ people. Many of these graduates have now landed good paying jobs in the burgeoning Marcellus Shale industry — an industry expected to grow steadily over the next several [...]
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