Sending Office: Honorable James R. Langevin
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The Congressional Career and Technical Education Caucus

Invites you to a briefing on

Building a Robust Infrastructure Workforce

Through CTE and Apprenticeship

Thursday, April 25th, 2019


122 Cannon Building

Rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure will require more than investments in bridges, roads, and waterways; it will require the development of a workforce that can design, build, and maintain that infrastructure. The Brookings Institution
estimates that 3 million additional workers will be needed for the nation’s infrastructure in the next decade, and Transportation Secretary Chao has testified that “we will probably not have enough skilled trades workers to address all the infrastructure needs.”

Career and technical education (CTE) and apprenticeships are proven workforce development strategies that provide individuals with the education and work-based learning they need for success in high-skill, high-demand infrastructure careers.
Join the CTE Caucus for an expert panel discussion on the importance of investing in these programs to build and maintain our nation’s infrastructure. 



Jessie Hogg Leslie, National Skills Coalition

Dr. Tom Kriger, North America’s Building Trades Union

Kate Fox Wood, Association of Equipment Manufacturers

Jim Young, Associated General Contractors

Sam Mintz, Politico Transportation Reporter,


Please contact Kerry McKittrick with Rep. Langevin at
or Nick Rockwell with Rep. Thompson at
with any questions or to RSVP.

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