ICW's Karen Elzey will discuss how communities are strategically addressing the shortage of workers trained to fill STEM jobs at the bi-annual Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100 meeting in Ojai, California.
Monster is hosting a free webinar on the iSucceed program on September 15 at 2 pm ET.
The North Carolina Education Summit will engage business leaders and educators in a candid discussion of the role that employers can play in ensuring North Carolina’s students are well-prepared for the jobs of the future. ICW's Karen Elzey is a keynote speaker.
Join ICW on Wednesday, July 14th as we discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in increasing postsecondary education completion rates as employer demand for high skills continues to grow.
A roundtable discussion sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce American Free Enterprise. Dream Big. campaign and Greater New Orleans, Inc.
Karen Elzey participated in an online chat on education and workforce training put on by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Campaign for Free Enterprise as part of Enterprise and Education Month.
Join ICW as we discuss President Obama’s State of the Union Address and what his Administration’s plans are for improving education and job training during the year.
On November 9th, ICW announced that Gainesville, Florida, had received the 2009 Region of Excellence Award. This award annually recognizes an outstanding community for its sustained, collaborative approach to economic development through education and workforce development.
ICW's 2009 annual Education and Workforce Summit was held November 9th in Washington, DC.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for a Competitive Workforce (ICW) announced that Gainesville, Florida, has received the 2009 Region of Excellence Award.
In many regions, community colleges play a vital part in developing the workforce and enabling economic development.
As a leader in the aerospace industry, The Boeing Company maintains a workforce of over 150,000 worldwide, including about 35,000 engineers. In order to maintain that pool of human talent, Boeing believes systemic reform in education is essential.