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Last fall, President Biden signed into law a historic, nearly $1 trillion bill to invest in American infrastructure. The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, is an investment that can meet the demand for resilient, sustainable, and equitable infrastructure, which will only increase in the midst of global transformation and climate change.

But investing in hard infrastructure isn’t enough – we must also invest in a diverse, multigenerational workforce trained to power our infrastructure.
Join NSC in urging policy makers to support people powered infrastructure!

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As the infrastructure bill is implemented, NSC pushes training for the next generation of infrastructure workers

Read about NSC's People Powered Infrastructure Campaign, our five policy recommendations build an inclusive infrastructure workforce for the 21st century, and how we are
calling on policymakers to invest in skills training, supportive services, and local employment strategies that can support the inclusive infrastructure workforce our country needs.

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U.S. Secretary of Energy Fireside Chat

NSC's recent fireside chat with U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm as shares the steps her agency is taking not only for cleaner, smarter, and more affordable energy services, but to also support high-quality, inclusive skills training that will leverage the talent of America’s workers to power a clean energy future.

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Summit Sequel: People Powered Infrastructure

Learn about federal workforce policy and funding opportunities connected to recent investments in transportation infrastructure as well as perspectives on how training investments can drive more equitable access to infrastructure careers.

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Campaign Blogs

Read the latest from NSC's team of experts on infrastructure investments, workforce development, and the keys to an inclusive economic recovery

Campaign Resources