As summer winds down, millions of parents nationwide with school-aged children will send their kids back to school. It’s an exciting new beginning, but often packed with challenges as parents rush to prepare their children for a new academic year.
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Donohue to Boy Scouts: We’re helping businesses understand how hiring young talent can support their long-term growth goals
Most people associate the Boys Scouts of America with camping and learning the value of civic duty. But what people may not know is the organization has a strong dedication to career exploration and readiness.
The U.S. workforce, widely acknowledged to be the best educated in the world a half century ago, is now among the least well-educated.
In today’s economy, career readiness is receiving increased attention at the state and federal levels. Much of this is driven by a growing interest to ensure that students are equipped with the right skills to make the school-to-work connection. Employers are also signaling that our schools need to better address a persistent and deepening skills gap that is impacting many industries crucial to our country’s economic future.
Most 2016 high school and college graduations have come and gone and with their passing, many young people—and their families—face anxiety about their career preparedness and opportunities.
Hard work does really pays off. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation was honored as a winner for the 37th Annual Telly Awards.