"Without that investment in providing more training to Maine high schoolers, Langley said, 'We’re going to be leaving a whole slew of kids outside the workforce who will have to jump from minimum-wage job to minimum-wage job. They’ll be left out of the economy.' " Read More.
"The Langleys were recently awarded the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce’s Top Drawer Award, which is given to a local business “that has made a substantial contribution to the growth and development of the community, region and or state.” Read More
"Brian Langley, owner of the Union River Lobster Pot and a former member of the Maine Legislature, has been appointed to fill a vacant public member seat on the board of directors of the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative." Read More
Langley suggested that Hospitality Maine work with Maine’s community colleges to develop the program. It shows the industry can “get out in front, get our people trained, work with the policy makers to show we can make this happen as well, and that we can do our part to make things better,” said Langley, who is also on the board of the educational foundation of Hospitality Maine. Read More
"Brian Langley, owner of the Union River Lobster Pot restaurant and State Senator, has been named to the Maine Tourism Association’s (MTA) Board of Directors. He was unanimously voted in as a board member at the MTA’s Annual Meeting..." Read More
Sen. Brian Langley, R- Hancock and Chair of the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee, expresses concerns over the lack of a skilled workforce and the impact it will have on Maine’s future economy. Read More
One such CTE program is Bridge Academy Maine, and I’m proud to be its executive director. Bridge Academy Maine is designed to prepare students for success in careers and/or in college after high school graduation. Read More
Brian Langley has always been a believer in Ellsworth. Challenging times have only made that belief stronger. Read More