Boomers, Gen X, millennials … every generation has its own unique reputation. “Generation T” is different. It’s a national movement launched by Lowe’s Home Improvement to address the widening skilled trades gap, and that “T” stands for “trade skills.” SkillsUSA has joined the movement, and the even-more-good-news is that all ages (and generational labels) are welcome.
A key component of Generation T is a national marketplace connecting qualified job-seekers to skilled-trades employment opportunities. What will members of Gen T be known for? Success. Learn more at: wearegenerationt.com.