Center for Education and Workforce

Early Childhood Education

A world-class education system is critical to a world-class workforce. We explore early childhood education as a two-generation issue: the entry point to readiness and a key to strengthening the current workforce. We enable business to lead the way towards change, using the strength of their voice and impact in the community to partner with advocates on shared solutions. You may have heard of:

Early Ed Work

Connecting K-12 to Careers

Today’s K–12 education system is complex, and that complexity often leads to students underprepared for the career ahead of them. Our K-12 and career readiness initiatives explore how to equip all students with the knowledge, skills, competence, and opportunities they need to reach and succeed in the jobs of tomorrow. You may have heard of:

K-12 Work

Workforce Development & Upskilling

America needs a skilled workforce in order to grow. With industry requirements changing and evolving faster than ever, many of today’s job-seekers lack the skills employers look for. We explore ways to ensure Americans have the right skills for the jobs of today and tomorrow, and the American economy has the skilled workforce it needs to grow. You may have heard of:

The Future of Work

Center for Education and Workforce
27
Feb
Thursday
8:00AM
4:30PM
28
February
Friday
8:00AM
4:30PM
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20062
United States
TPM Academy Cohort XII is a combination of in-person and online trainings where workforce leaders from across the country come together over a six-month period to develop TPM solutions that will support the students, workers, and businesses in their community.
Center for Education and Workforce
28
Feb
Friday
9:00AM
12:00PM
28
February
Friday
9:00AM
12:00PM
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20062
United States
Join the U.S. Chamber Foundation at the Early Education Summit in Washington, D.C. on February 28 to learn about unique childcare challenges facing U.S. states, hear new data on the economic impact of childcare breakdowns, and listen to experts who are developing solutions.
Center for Education and Workforce
9
Mar
Monday
10:00AM
5:00PM
9
March
Monday
10:00AM
5:00PM
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20062
United States

The ILR Design Workshop is intended for those organizations that have or may still submit an ILR Interest or Resource Contributor Form. The meeting will be an opportunity to refine your pilot proposal, build new partnerships, network with peers, and meet our new ILR community manager.