Entrepreneurial: The Makers Coalition Sews up Training for Future Workers

Posted: 3:37 pm Mon, May 13, 2013
By Nancy Crotti

An effort to train new workers in industrial sewing has given a Minneapolis resident the springboard to start his own business.

Scott Loeser and 14 others have nearly completed the first class organized by The Makers Coalition, an alliance of Minnesota companies that need skilled sewing machine operators, Dunwoody College in Minneapolis and Lifetrack Resources, a St. Paul social service agency.

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