Are you wondering what’s in store for Delaware after DuPont merges with Dow?
WDEL will host a live town hall broadcast - “What’s Next for Delaware? How will the Dow-DuPont merger impact The First State?”
The broadcast will air from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, from the Doberstein Admissions Center Auditorium of Wilmington University’s New Castle campus.
Hosted by WDEL’s Peter MacArthur, a panel discussion including Delaware Economic Development Office Secretary Bernice Whaley, Delaware Dept. of Labor Director of Employment and Training Stacey Laing, Delaware State Chamber of Commerce President Rich Heffron and Frank Ingraham, formerly of DuPont Human Resources Department, will explore and discover what may lie ahead for Delaware and the potentially thousands of displaced workers.
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell will provide opening remarks.
You’re invited to listen on 1150AM/101.7FM WDEL, or join us at Wilmington University.
DuPont employees who are being laid off and anyone who may be looking for employment are encouraged to attend. “The Power of WilmU,” a special networking experience to help connect University students, alumni and the surrounding community to the area’s premier employers and employees, will be held prior to the broadcast from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Attendees will be able to meet recruiters from Bank of America, PNC Bank, Sallie Mae and the State of Delaware.
Bring your résumés, your questions about the state’s employment climate and make strong connections with employers and people from around the state starting at 5:30 April 21st for “The Power of WilmU” networking night and job fair. Then join WDEL at 7:00 p.m. for this informative live town hall broadcast.
Wilmington University and the Doberstein Admissions Center is located at 320 North DuPont Highway in New Castle.