WASHINGTON, D.C.- Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon joined President Trump, Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta and seven other governors at the White House Thursday.
They all took part in a round-table discussion on a wide range of workforce-related topics.
The bipartisan group of governors highlighted federal and state efforts to reduce barriers and expand economic mobility for America’s workers.
Gordon, a Republican in his first term, highlighted the newly-created “Wyoming Works” program, which helps expand technical and trade programs at Wyoming’s community colleges and provide grants for students.