Worker Initiative 1yr Anniversary

Training for 12 million workers, it’s a good idea.
Ivanka has worked hard on this project.
From the White House:

Bolen, Cheryl
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2019 2:19 PM
Subject: In-town pool report #7 – worker event info
Today, President Trump, Vice President Pence, Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump and members of the Cabinet will host an event at the White House with workers and CEOs to celebrate the one year anniversary since the launch of the Pledge to America’s Workers. Over the course of the last year, Ivanka Trump has spearheaded a call-to-action for States and the private sector to create new education and training opportunities to better serve the American worker and encourage private investment in workforce development. On the first day of this month, President Trump signed a proclamation for Pledge to America’s Workers Month, 2019 and over the past few weeks Administration officials have crisscrossed the country to more than 17 cities to encourage this critical workforce development investment.
The White House is thrilled to announce that since President Trump signed the Executive Order, more than 300 companies and organizations have signed the Pledge, contributing to over 12 MILLION new opportunities for American students and workers over the next five years. Included in that is a huge commitment announced by NAM today that they have signed the Pledge to offer training opportunities to 1.2 Million American workers. The celebration event is a culmination of the year-long effort, intended to highlight workers’ stories and the role of the private sector in workforce development. Employees and CEOs of companies from around the country that have signed the Pledge to America’s Workers will be in attendance. Members of Congress and local legislators will also be participating in the event.

“Our mission is straightforward: to ensure inclusive growth and opportunity in our booming economy by creating pathways for all Americans, regardless of age or background, to acquiring the skills needed to secure and retain high-paying jobs,” said Ivanka Trump, Advisor to the President.
By the Numbers – As of July 25, 2019:
NEWS: Total # of Pledges (individuals impacted) – 12,730,505
-Total # of Companies/Associations – 335
-Total # of States – 35 states + the District of Columbia
-Total # of Governors – 37 Governors
-Total # of Countries – 12 countries + USA
For more about the Pledge to America’s Workers:
One Year Video: ><
Representative Liz Cheney
Representative Virginia Foxx
Jim Lentz, CEO, Toyota North America
Barbara Humpton, CEO, Siemens
Jay Timmons, President and CEO, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
Marillyn Hewson, Chairman, President and CEO, Lockheed Martin
Sean McGarvey, President, North America’s Building Trade Unions
William “Chip” Rogers, President and CEO, American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA)
John Hritz, President and CEO, JSW Steel
David Raby, President & CEO, STI Electronics, IPC
Barton James, President and CEO, Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA)
Ardine Williams, Vice President, People Operations, Workforce Development, Amazon
Brian Roach, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, SAP
Sarah Franklin, EVP & GM Platform, Trailhead & Developers, Salesforce
Neil Russell, Vice President Corporate Affairs, Sysco
David Byer, Senior Group Manager, Worldwide Education Advocacy, Apple
Stephani Long, Principal—Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte
Lisa Horn, Vice President, Policy Engagement, Society for Human Resource Management
Jimmy Miller, President and CEO, MillerCo, National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE)
Gregory Ugalde, Chairman, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)
President Donald J. Trump
Vice President Mike Pence
Steve Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury
David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Interior
Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce
Patrick Pizzella, Acting Secretary of Labor
Alex Azar, Secretary of Health and Human Services
Ben Carson, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Kevin McAleenan, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security
Andrew Wheeler, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
Russell Vought, Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget
Chris Pilkerton, Acting Administrator of the Small Business Administration
Ivanka Trump, Advisor to the President
Director Larry Kudlow, National Economic Council
Director Joe Grogan, Domestic Policy Council
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Cheryl Bolen
White House Correspondent
Bloomberg Government
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That was LOVELY – so inspiring – so hopeful! WOW – that is leadership – both the President and Ivanka!
NAM ( is sponsoring the training of 1.2 million workers for jobs!


Here is the White House press release.
From the article linked above:
By the Numbers – As of July 25, 2019:
NEWS: Total # of Pledges (individuals impacted) – 12,730,505
-Total # of Companies/Associations – 335
-Total # of States – 35 states + the District of Columbia
-Total # of Governors – 37 Governors
-Total # of Countries – 12 countries + USA


Ivanka has done great work for America. As has Jared. Unpaid positions, IIRC.
Incredible, the broad based winning President Trump aggressively pushes….and always succeeds, for America, Americans…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

And think – our HOUSE OF VENEZUELA wants to subpoena this lady’s emails instead of fixing ANYTHING.



I’d like more information about this for a relative … I’m going to go poke around … 😃🤚

Gail Combs

Please report back!!! Remember I work with kids all the time and I would love to hand this information out. GREAT WAY TO GET VOTES FOR TRUMP!!!


Ok I post more later .. ty GC .. much appreciated .. ❤️🙂🤚


This is preparing the battlefield. No point bringing jobs back if there are no trained workers. The repatriation of American industry is a multifaceted project.
Ag Barr has not just been playing his bag pipes. Executions are to resume. No consultation, no dicking around, dates set.
Anonymous conservative and draw and strike worth your time


Title of today’s email from the White House:
“While the left feuded, President Trump helped 12 million workers change their lives.”


Mueller-the villi manilli of SCs


Ferris Mueller’s Day OFF.
Mueller?…… Mueller?………… Mueller?


The whole general denigration of “real jobs where you touch things and have skills not taught in college” is better understood when you substitute “Party” for “general” and “that avoid ideological indoctrination” for “not taught in college”. My cousin, a plumber, son of a plumber, has his own business with his name on the building (sort of). He’s raced motorcycles for trophies, flown planes, owned boats, gone waterskiing and skidooing and offroading.
I’m a CPA. I’ve done none of these things.
It’s about freakin’ time that political indoctrination wasn’t seen as the gateway to the “good life”. There are real, necessary skills out there, and it’s time to focus on them instead of groupthink.


Over here they’re called cubs
As in cashed up bogans
Tradies with loot and lots of big boy toys