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Medina County University Center Discussion Materials presented by Scott B. Wolf. Agenda. Scott Wolf – Profile Market Perspective Short and Long Term Discussion MCUC Contribution to USO and UA Goals . Scott Wolf - Overview.
Case Western, Adjunct Professor - To meet identified market demand, developed and taught MBA class
PNC acquires National City
Whittman-Hart - Director Enterprise Solutions - Built a new business unit and grew it from $0 to $20 Million in a 3 year period. Over 30% of the revenue was generated from custom developed training for companies.
Case Western Board Member - Joins the Weatherhead Advisory Board, which advises department chairs on curriculum, corporate engagement and other issues
National City Corporation – Vice President, Corporate Admin. Recruited to turn around a division responsible for delivering large projects for the Corporate Administration functions (Finance, HR, Purchasing, etc)
LTV Steel/Anderson Consulting – Business Process Consultant and Manager of Technical Training Center, I developed curriculum, taught classes, scheduled and managed the facility.
Madison Vine – Managing Partner
Performed Management Consulting in Customer Relationship Mgmt and Supply Chain for many of the regions largest companies. Clients included Moen, Energizer, International Steel Group, Morganthaler Investments.
Graduate of Case WesternMBA program
Lincoln Electric – Director of E-commerce, started new division for F500 manufacturer
**** The sectors in boxes denote those sectors which appear in both the top 10 gross employment #’s and the top 10 in new jobs.
February 1, 2009
April 2, 2009
April 22, 2009
A study released by NEONI at the end of 2004, Measuring Student Capacity and Faculty Resources in Northeast Ohio Schools of Nursing, found that the region’s schools of nursing are full.
In the 2002-2003 academic year, more than 550 qualified students were turned away from area nursing schools because the programs were at capacity.
However, the country is about to face the largest ever retirement of nurses in the next 15 to 20 years.
There is momentum building for the current administration to fully fund programs of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT) at levels Congress has already approved for FY2010, and use of other authorized funds, to invest $1.2 billion in fuel cells, hydrogen and infrastructure.
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Meet USO goal