Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump toured an aviation training center in Wichita, Kansas, on Thursday as they promoted the president’s “Pledge to America’s Workers.
Standing out in bold polka-dot blazer, Ivanka donned an eye-catching tan blazer with black polka dots. The blazer, a custom design from Oscar de la Renta, Ivanka let her standout jacket do the talking by teaming it with black trousers, a black turtleneck sweater and black pointed-toe pumps. It is believed that the blazer polka dot design originates from the label’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
Joining Ivanka on the tour was Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Kansas Senator Jerry Moran where they participated in a roundtable discussion with Dr. Sheree Utash, the president of WSU Tech and vice president of workforce development at Wichita State University. During the conversation, students at WSU Tech spoke about their experiences and how they’ve found success without going to a four-year school.
“It is all incredibly inspiring because you all are the faces of the work that we are all trying to do and of the future of this country,” Ivanka said. “The president campaigned on rebuilding the American dream and making it attainable and accessible to all Americans regardless of age or background or level of academic achievement. He has been delivering on that vision time and time again. We see it across the nation as every demographic is enjoying unprecedented success.”
WSU Tech President Utash was also at the roundtable.
“It is an honor to host Secretary Mike Pompeo and Advisor Ivanka Trump at WSU Tech’s National Center for Aviation Training to showcase how Wichita, the Air Capital of the World, is aligning career technical education to meet business and industry needs,” Utash said in a statement, according to KSN.com. “We are excited to have students witness local aviation and manufacturing companies sign the Pledge to America’s Workers to commit to new or enhanced career and job training opportunities for American workers.”
Following the roundtable, a group of Wichita-based aviation companies signed the Pledge to America’s Workers, the Trump administration’s initiative designed to get private companies to expand job training. Textron Aviation was one of the first companies to sign the Pledge to America’s Workers. The company committed to creating more than 22,000 job opportunities as part of its pledge to American workers.
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