This Saturday, on Fox’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” the White House counselor Kellyanne Conway stressed upon the importance of workforce development to be made available at technical colleges. “Not everyone is college material,” Conway said to the show’s host Jeanine Pirro.
“Not everyone has to graduate from a four year college with a mountain of debt and very few prospects,” she said.
Conway, made use of her presence at the show to talk about the trip that President Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump will be taking for ‘Workforce Development Week,’ in Wisconsin.
“They’ll be going there to talk at a technical college and really see what’s going on there and get some best practices as Ivanka’s been doing for these roundtables and these listening sessions,” Conway said.
Conway talked about president visiting a technical college, whilst being accompanied by Gov. Scott Walker (R) and Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta.
“This involvement in workforce development means that if people want a vocational educational — technical educational — skills certificate they should have access to that,” Conway said.
“People are saying, ‘Look, if you are in a skills-certificate program, you can graduate and be employable — welders, carpenters, plumbers, hair dressers.’ We need to value that. We need to value that in our country and Ivanka Trump and her father will be out there doing that,” she added.
Pirro was noted replying, “I think that was one of the reasons the president was elected.”
Conway made perfect use of the platform to indicate that this approach – to promote technical schools – is rather different from anything that any of the previous governments had taken under account. She further talked about the importance of skilled-certificate programs that can help the people in the United Stated to be “employable.”