Labor markets, employment, jobs, workforce development—these topics are at the forefront of many communities throughout the seven states of the Tenth District. However, how they play out in each state and community differs greatly. This article from Steven Shepelwich, Senior Community Development Advisor takes a look at trends and resources available. The Kansas City Fed Read More
The Federal Reserve Banks of KC and Atlanta teamed up with the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University for a conference on transforming U.S. workforce development policies for the 21st century. Slated for October 15-17, national experts will share their perspectives on transformative workforce development and education strategies and policies. The official conference page Read More
As President Obama signed the Workforce Investment Opportunity Act into law Tuesday, Vice-President Biden’s task force also released Ready to Work: Job Driving Training and American Opportunity. The report reflects an across-the-board review of America’s job training programs to ensure they share a single mission: providing workers with the skills they need to secure good jobs that Read More
Overhaul of America’s Job Training Programs Headed to President’s Desk Following Strong Bipartisan Support from Congress Press release from the Education and Workforce Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives WASHINGTON, D.C. – Legislation to update the Workforce Investment Act, overdue for reauthorization for more than a decade, is headed to the president’s desk following Read More
ACT’s Work Ready Communities initiative selected Missouri for the second annual Best Practices Symposium. Affording Communities a Competitive Advantage is the theme for the conference, slated for October 7th and 8th at Crown Plaza Hotel in Downtown St. Louis. Register Now ACT launched the symposium to inform and educate participants on building common frameworks that Read More
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