HCWIN Words of Wisdom Week of August 10th, 2020

August 10, 2020

Words of Wisdom from Larry Legend!

NOBLESVILLE, IN., August 10, 2020 – Hamilton County Workforce Innovation’s Words of Wisdom, this week, comes from one of Indiana’s best known citizens…Larry “Legend” Bird!

Although we’ll leave Larry’s legendary trash talking skills to the sideline coaches, we echo Larry’s sentiments, “No matter your circumstance, no matter where you are at this stage of your life…work your tail off to develop your talents into skills that accomplish your goals!”

At HCWIN, we believe in YOU and want to provide the tools necessary to transform your talents into action that enhances your chances to reach your goals!  We accomplish this through various programs and encourage all Hamilton County residents and businesses to learn more through our Talent Pathways program!

In honor of Larry, here’s a great vid by another Hoosier legend honoring Larry that’s a fun 3 minute break (and hopefully inspiring”!) …OldSchoolFlashback


Hamilton County Workforce Innovation Network, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, is a county-wide, collaborative workforce development effort between local business partners, K-12 institutions, higher education, and local and state community agencies to provide in-demand workforce solutions in five key sectors: Advanced Manufacturing, Ag Tech, Construction, Healthcare and Innovation & Technology. HCWIN is made possible through a grant from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and a partnership between Gaylor Electric and Ivy Tech Community College.

HCWIN has been an integral part of the leadership team that received the 21st Century Talent Region designation from the Governor’s office in December 2019. The designation symbolizes the commitment in the county to collaborate and focus on workforce development, attraction, retention and connection. Hamilton County has identified goals that will elevate opportunities to achieve post-secondary success, provide skills for the county’s growing industries and provide the workforce needed for our growing county.

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