- Associated Press - Saturday, April 12, 2014

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota will host six meetings to discuss expanding the state’s workforce.

Governor Dennis Daugaard says a small labor pool is the state’s biggest limitation to economic growth. Daugaard’s Workforce Summits will bring together state, community, business and education leaders. Attendees will discuss current programs and trends and give feedback for future efforts.

The first event will take place April 29 at Mitchell Technical Institute.

The other meetings are:

- Wednesday, May 21, at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown

- Thursday, May 22, at the Days Inn Convention Center in Brookings

- Tuesday, June 3, at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn in Rapid City

- Wednesday, June 4, at the Dakota Event Center in Aberdeen

- Tuesday, June 17, at the Sioux Falls Convention Center


Online: https://www.southdakotawins.com/workforcesummits/



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