A panel discussion followed James Stephens’ speech Tuesday on “Building a Pipeline for Advanced Manufacturing. From left are Gabe Schlickau of the Workforce Alliance of Southcentral Kansas, James Stephens of the South Carolina Aeronautics Commission, Sheree Utash of Wichita Area Technical College, Jim Walters of Textron Aviation and Justin Welner of Spirit AeroSystems.
A panel discussion followed James Stephens’ speech Tuesday on “Building a Pipeline for Advanced Manufacturing. From left are Gabe Schlickau of the Workforce Alliance of Southcentral Kansas, James Stephens of the South Carolina Aeronautics Commission, Sheree Utash of Wichita Area Technical College, Jim Walters of Textron Aviation and Justin Welner of Spirit AeroSystems. Jerry Siebenmark The Wichita Eagle
A panel discussion followed James Stephens’ speech Tuesday on “Building a Pipeline for Advanced Manufacturing. From left are Gabe Schlickau of the Workforce Alliance of Southcentral Kansas, James Stephens of the South Carolina Aeronautics Commission, Sheree Utash of Wichita Area Technical College, Jim Walters of Textron Aviation and Justin Welner of Spirit AeroSystems. Jerry Siebenmark The Wichita Eagle

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