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Skills in Scranton, the Chamber’s workforce development affiliate, recently convened the Academy of Health Sciences Advisory Board, as well as its Healthcare Committee, for a discussion on workforce opportunities, educational offerings and future program planning related to growing the region’s healthcare base. From left are, front row: Carol Chaykosky, consultant; Lynn DeSanto, Lackawanna College; Elizabeth Leo, Moses Taylor Hospital; and Ida Castro, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. Back row: John Coyle, Scranton High School; Erin Keating, Scranton School District; Laurel Radzieski, Education Opportunity Center; Michelle Lipko, Career Technology Center; Linda Pacewicz, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; Eileen Howells, The Wright Center; Cathy Gerard, PA CareerLink Lackawanna County; Gretchen Eagen, Geisinger Health System; Virginia Turano, Lackawanna County Workforce Development Board; Joe Grilli, Misericordia University; Laura Kanavy, Career Technology Center; Theresa Snyder, Allied Services and Thomas Baileys, Career Technology Center.

Skills in Scranton, the Chamber’s workforce development affiliate, recently convened the Academy of Health Sciences Advisory Board, as well as its Healthcare Committee, for a discussion on workforce opportunities, educational offerings and future program planning related to growing the region’s healthcare base. From left are, front row: Carol Chaykosky, consultant; Lynn DeSanto, Lackawanna College; Elizabeth Leo, Moses Taylor Hospital; and Ida Castro, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. Back row: John Coyle, Scranton High School; Erin Keating, Scranton School District; Laurel Radzieski, Education Opportunity Center; Michelle Lipko, Career Technology Center; Linda Pacewicz, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; Eileen Howells, The Wright Center; Cathy Gerard, PA CareerLink Lackawanna County; Gretchen Eagen, Geisinger Health System; Virginia Turano, Lackawanna County Workforce Development Board; Joe Grilli, Misericordia University; Laura Kanavy, Career Technology Center; Theresa Snyder, Allied Services and Thomas Baileys, Career Technology Center.

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