Thursday, August 5, 2021
Tashlyn Teskey

Tashlyn Teskey

Tashlyn Teskey is the Acting Manager of Projects & Research at Workforce WindsorEssex, the local workforce planning board in Windsor-Essex. She is responsible for overseeing the Local Employment Planning Council projects, while gathering data on the local labour market and educating the community on labour market trends and career pathways. She has a master's degree in Political Science from the University of Windsor and a bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo. During her master's degree, her research focused on the Canadian Apprenticeship System and its potential for adopting the German model. While at Workforce WindsorEssex, her research has continued to focus on Ontario’s apprenticeship system and how Windsor-Essex can improve recruitment and completion rates of local apprentices. Her research projects focus on educational paths that students can take following secondary school and the importance of skilled trades and apprenticeship in the Canadian economy.
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