Newsletter Photos - June 7, 2012
Swedish-born Mary Anderson was the first director of the department's Women's Bureau 90 years ago.
Secretary Solis was the keynote speaker at the White House Summit on Community Solutions for Disconnected Youth, June 4. 2012
Participating in the Clinton Global Initiative Jumpstart Nation: Getting America Back to Work panel are from left to right: Former President Bill Clinton, Ellen Alberding, president The Joyce Foundation; Steve Cahillane, pres and CEO Coca-Cola Refreshments, Coca Cola; Darlene Miller, pres and CEO Permac Industries; Robert G Wilmers, chairman and CEO M and T Bank Corp. Panel is. Jumpstart Nation: Getting America Back to Work.
From the Greater Los Angeles Industy Liaison Group's Summer Seminar (From L-R): Ashton Holt, Via Van Liew, Olga Lavinthal, Shirley Harbeson , OFCCP Director Patricia A. Shiu, Karen Seigel, OFCCP Pacific Regional Director William D. Smitherman, Jennifer Cummings-Martin, Darold Sawyer and Sharon Agnew.
George Piscsalko, Jay Williams, Carol Tolbert, Garland Likins, Grace Kilbane, Tom Kelly, Lauren Leonard, Dean Cotton gather for a group photo. (Photo courtesy of Pile Dynamics, Inc.)
Secretary Solis meets with Corralejo
Secretary Solis meets with Bobbi Silten
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Dr. David Michaels addresses the American Society of Safety Engineer's Professional Development Conference.
Attendees at the White House Initiative, Hispanic community leaders, Philadelphia, Pan.
From left: Carl Fillichio, senior advisor for Communications and Public Affairs, John M. Galvin, acting commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics and Jane Oates, assistant secretary for Employment and Training testified before Congress Wednesday.
Cleveland Job Corps Student Ambassadors Jazmyn Speed, Mariah Lane, Michael Baxter, Harold Moore, Terrance Walker Jr., Aleah Davis, Tommy Proctor, Shirley Barksdale, Marquita Jones, and Jalynne Williams with A'shanti Gholar, Special Assistant to the Secretary for Public Engagement.
Poster featuring inductees to the Hall of Honor. Click on the image for a full-sized version.