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Workforce Development

Community College Funding & Resources from the White House Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Sprint

Funding, guidance, and resources for community colleges from a January 2024 briefing on the White House's Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Sprint.

More IAC Workforce Funding Expected for Community Colleges from Energy Department

Energy Department expects $24 million in awards to establish Industrial Assessment Centers at community colleges, trade unions.

Community College Student Perspectives on the Future of Work

New America and Aspen Institute interviewed community college students about their views, hopes, and concerns about the Future of Work.

Community College Partnerships with Unions Can Help Serve Adult Learners

A new brief by AFL-CIO calls for more labor union-community college workforce training partnerships to serve adult learners and workers.

Community Colleges Are Critical to the Innovation Economy

The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 has major implications for how the nation funds research and development, how that R&D leads to job creation, and how we align the developmnent of technology and talent in higher education. Community colleges can and should play an important role in this effort - particularly in job training.

Federal Opportunities and Priorities for Community Colleges

A consensus across OCTAE, NSF, and EDA that improving workforce development programs, especially at community colleges, is a priority because workforce development drives economic development.
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