Technology is rapidly transforming the workplace. As a result, the talent gap is expanding in key industries. In fact, there will be more than 811,000 high-demand, high-wage career openings through 2024 in IT and computer science, healthcare, manufacturing, business, professional trades, and other professions. Please join us in the UTLC Gallery where Roger Curtis, Director of the Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development will provide an overview of Governor Snyder’s Marshall Plan for Talent – and explains how you can be part of it! The Marshall Plan for Talent is a revolutionary approach to prepare students and adults for the jobs of today and tomorrow. The plan will provide $100 million to create or expand innovative programs for in-demand occupations, increase career exploration and awareness and invest in students and teachers.