INDIANAPOLIS — Ivanka Trump will visit Indianapolis on Thursday to talk about job training.
Ivanka's visit is part of the Trump Administration's "commitment to workforce development and apprenticeships," according to a press release sent out on Wednesday. She was invited to participate in a panel discussion at Salesforce with the company's founder, Marc Benioff.
The panel discussion will also feature Trailblazers, people who have transformed their careers by using Trailhead, Salesforce's free online learning platform.
“Salesforce is proud to sign the Pledge to America’s Workers and help people of every background learn the skills they need to find their place in the digital economy," said Marc Benioff, Chairman and co-CEO, Salesforce.
The Indiana success story:
▪️Unemployment rate is ⬇️
▪️Labor force participation rate is ⬆️
▪️Employment rate ⬆️ by 2.9%
▪️89,900 NEW jobs including 18,700 NEW manufacturing jobs
▪️Wages ⬆️, Poverty ⬇️
And we’ve only just begun..🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/B79wRlJWcr
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) May 15, 2019