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Madison Area Plumbing Joint Apprenticeship Committee

06/27/2022 03:00 PM

2125 Commercial Avenue, Room 240, Madison, WI- 53704


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Benjamen Stahlecker

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Tentative Agenda:
1) Call Meeting to Order
2) Roll Call
3) Reading of Open Minutes of Prior Meeting
4) Letters of Introduction
5) Affirmative Action Report
6) Reports
        Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards
        Technical College
        Instructor Report
7) Employer Applications
8) Old Business
9) New Business
10) Correspondence/Miscellaneous
11) Pursuant to Open Meetings Law Stat. 19.85(1)(c), Motion made and seconded to approve to go into closed session at ______.
        Reading of Closed Minutes of Prior Meeting
        Day & Night School Reports
        Apprenticeship Program Reviews/Issues
        Work Experience Card Update
        Apprentice Status Reports
        Old Business
        New Business
        Communications/Miscellaneous Matters
12) Adjourn Meeting

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