Building a Resilient Maryland Workforce to Impact Future Development
MEDA Summer ConferenceWednesday, July 27, 2016
Chesapeake Basic Economic Development CourseJuly 25-28, 2016
Becoming a MEDA Member
MEDA Membership CommitteeMEDA members work throughout the state and share the common goal of improving Maryland's business climate.
Economic Development… Transforms Lives
May 1-3, 2016
MEDA Annual ConferenceThe Economic Dynamics of Live, Work & Play
September 19-24, 2016
Economic Development WeekShowcasing the investment in partnerships that strengthen our competitiveness.
The Chesapeake Basic Economic Development Course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of economic development. The course is designed to prepare participants for the challenges they face in the practice of developing communities. Click here to view the 2016 Basic Course Schedule The course will highlight the key aspects in an economic developer’s career: Managing…
Building a Resilient Maryland Workforce to Impact Future Development Sponsored By Maryland Port Administration Maryland Department of Commerce University System of Maryland Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development We are reminded that a resilient community is stronger and better prepared to meet the unexpected. When the principles of resiliency are applied to our workforce,…
Skilled workers are the backbone of a productive and efficient economy, and a critical decision point in today’s business location decisions. This versatile course explains the essential relationship between economic and workforce development through case studies, practical examples, and current research. Course participants will learn what programs currently leverage federal, state/provincial, and local financial resources…