Michigan Governor Signs $100 M ‘Marshall Plan for Talent’June 28, 2018 |
by Mark Cavitt
Will $100 million help to fill Michigan’s talent pipeline, give employers the skilled workers they need but can’t find, and enhance a education system to better prepare students and teachers in an ever-changing economy?
Gov. Rick Snyder is hoping all of that will be accomplished as he signed into law the Marshall Plan for Talent Tuesday afternoon in Muskegon, which will appropriate $100 million in Fiscal Year 2018 from the state’s Talent Investment Fund for the purpose of improving the state’s talent pool.