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The briefing will highlight the needs of adult learners and provide information about the interconnected role of adult education in our workforce development and higher education systems. There will be two panels, the first consisting of individuals who will share their experiences as former adult learners who now work in adult education programs. The second […]
The NTIA Office of Minority Broadband Initiatives (OMBI) plays an important role in the Internet For All initiative by promoting equitable high-speed Internet access and adoption at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), and in their surrounding anchor communities. OMBI’s guiding vision is to achieve digital […]
An overview of workforce development items addressed in the Federal and State budgets.
Join the Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity for our May 31 live webinar, Ask Us Anything: Closing the Digital Skill Divide. Our guest speakers include Amanda Bergson-Shilcock, senior fellow, NSC; Kennon Harrison, vice president, workforce partnerships, Revature; Bobby McNeil, president, Raleigh-Durham chapter, Blacks In Technology Foundation; and Annette Taylor, director, Office of Digital Equity and […]
Summit Sequels is a series of virtual skills events where we’ll continue the conversation, held at the Skills Summit, about skills policy issues at the state and federal levels.
Listen to this 2022 series to hear about best practices in the states and models that can inform federal decision-making and to discuss ongoing opportunities in federal and state skills advocacy.
National Skills Coalition hosts a series of fireside chats between CEO Andy Van Kleunen and various policymakers as they discuss the critical role of investments in skills training for workers, employers, and an inclusive economic recovery.