Coming from his background in higher education policy, Brian Crouse, vice president of education programs at the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, is keenly aware of how critical it is to bridge the gap between what the education sector provides for students and what the business community needs from potential workers coming out of their pipeline. The Business Leads Fellowship offered him a new process and tools to communicate more effectively with these stakeholders.
September 21, 2022
The U.S. Chamber Foundation has launced a multi-year initiative with the support of a working group of preeminent leaders in education to develop policy recommendations focused on all students, especially those who have been historically underserved by the K-12 system.
September 20, 2022
Shannon White, Partner, National Security outlines the importance of community preparedness as we head into hurricane season.
August 30, 2022
As AI integrates the labor market, people want the business community, specifically business leaders, to shift to a skills-centered HR strategy that involves skills-based hiring, upskilling, and re-skilling.
August 16, 2022
Following last month's 11th Annual Building Resilience Conference, policy experts, thought leaders, and government officials gave remarks on the importance of private-public partnerships to build resilience, equity and closing the gap on small business readiness, and optimizing supply chain coordination.
July 28, 2022
Learn how Skillful.ly's platform led to a 80-100% hiring rate from apprentice to hire in the first year through a partnership with NYJCC, Bronx Community College, and City Tech.
Companies remain wary of investing in AI due to the high upfront costs. Matt Gee, CEO of BrightHive, will lead a panel discussion on AI that considers how data can help shape our economy and workforce during the T3 Innovation Network's Mid-Year Meeting.
As businesses work to find talent amongst high labor shortages, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation collected case studies from some of its TPM® partners and compiled them in the Opportunity Knocks report to shed light on the following five lessons to leverage opportunity populations talent.
July 11, 2022
Due to our systemic interdepedence, extreme events have greater implications to the marketplace broadly, communities, and individuals daily on a more intimate level globally. Rob Glenn, vice president of Global Resilience at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation outlines how we can consider developing stabilizing solutions together.
June 30, 2022
In the future, executives will likely integrate resilience into corporate strategy instead of as a peripheral item apart from the core business. If a company doesn’t possess readiness or resilience, it will not be able to generate value in its core function or its more philanthropic efforts of doing good amid increasing disasters.