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A group of executives from Michigan's energy and food industries will serve as judges in the new Epprentice Experience. Designed by development firm Paragon Leadership International, Epprentice will put emerging food and energy leaders to the test while they work to solve Michigan's food and energy issues.

The judges will provide feedback to the Epprentice participants. The Environment & Energy Epprentice Experience is scheduled for Oct. 15 and will be held at Next Energy in Detroit.

Judges for the Environment & Energy Epprentice include representatives from the Michigan Wind Institute, GE Energy, DTE Energy and Global Wind Systems.

Participants will work with WARM Training Center, Michigan Municipal League, Michigan Wind Institute and Global Wind Systems. Team projects will be centered on alternative energy, energy efficiency, environmental sustainability and energy economy.

SOURCE: Paragon Leadership International



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