Today's students are tomorrow's business leaders. Our Education and Talent department works to bridge the gap between the business and education sectors to ensure that your business and our community have a highly educated, available, and technically skilled workforce.
Are you passionate about our kids, their future, education, and our workforce? We invite you to get involved today. To learn more, contact Meg Lindsay, Director of Education and Talent, GSI and Executive Director, Spokane STEM, or check out some of our education and talent programs in the left-hand navigation bar for more information.
About GSI’s Education & Talent Program
One of the key elements to a successful business and a thriving regional economy is talent – a workforce with the skill and background that businesses need to be successful. Building the talent pipeline is about more than putting youth through our early learning, K-12 and higher education institutions. It's about creating partnerships between business and education. GSI works to bring educators and employers together for the benefit of students and businesses, stimulating our economy and quality of life. Educators get a better understanding of the skills our businesses and industries need to be competitive, and businesses provide experiences that show our educators and students real-life business applications.
Results that Matter
Our goals to support the growth of a skilled regional workforce include:
For more information or details on how you can get involved and be part of our Education and Talent efforts, contact Alisha Benson, COO at 509.321.3608 or Meg Lindsay Director, Education and Talent and Executive Director, Spokane STEM at 509.321.3611. Visit our staff page for a complete staff directory.
Education and Talent Staff:
Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer
Director, Education & Talent
Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network
Education & Talent Program Manager
Career Connected Learning Program Manager
Education Attainment Navigator