Sunday, November 27, 2022

Cal State Chancellor Comments on Higher Education, Workforce Issues

Dr. Joseph I. Castro, the eighth chancellor of the California State University (CSU), shares with the CalChamber Board of Directors on December 10 his journey to becoming the first Californian and first person of color to serve as chancellor. His remarks were the start of a continuing exchange with the CalChamber Board on how business leaders can work with the CSU to make sure students know how to best prepare themselves to fill the skilled jobs employers have available.
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