Workforce Partnerships are at the center of the SkillWorks initiative. These partnerships focus on specific industry sectors, bringing together employers, nonprofit agencies, educational institutions, labor unions, and the government to:
- Provide effective training to those entering the workforce and to workers stuck in jobs with little opportunity for advancement; and
- To make sure that employers have workers who meet their needs.
Phase III Workforce Partnerships
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March 1st Second Greater Boston IT/Tech Forum A Success!
Leaders in business, workforce development, and education gathered today to explore strategies to diversify tech talent and increase access to well-paying IT/tech careers. The second Greater Boston IT/Tech Forum was part of a three-part series intended to spark conversation, inspire collaboration, and drive action to ensure all of Boston’s residents have a chance to be part of the booming tech sector in the city.
Looking for more IT/tech conversation? Follow our hashtag #GrtrBosTech and check out these twitter moments via @BostonPIC and @SkillWorks_MA.
Did you miss the First Greater Boston IT/Tech Forum?
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