Workforce Training

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation publishes content on workforce training and related issues. Find and access current and archived items in our database. 

Talent Forward 2019, Goodwill CEO, Steve Preston
© Ian Wagreich / U.S. Chamber of Commerce

In this first Work in Progress podcast, I sit down with Steve Preston, CEO of Goodwill Industries Intl., to discuss the nonprofit’s many training programs designed to help prepare people for work at many stages of their lives. I walked away impressed with all Goodwill does to help build a stronger workforce. I think you will, too.

Beyond School Walls
© 2019 Beyond School Walls
Last year, Cox and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (BBBSMA) joined forces to launch a new approach to mentoring with a program called Beyond School Walls. Though other BBBS affiliates had tried the program, this was the first of its kind for Atlanta. This program combines traditional mentorship with an immersive educational experience. The one simple, but very important element that makes this program different than traditional mentoring programs is location. 

Talent Forward 2020

The dates for the U.S. Chamber Foundation's premiere workforce conference have been announced. Save the date for Talent Forward 2020 on October 30, 2020.

Engineering Excellence
© 2019 Getty Images
By 2020, one of the city’s higher education institutions, in partnership with some of the city’s major STEM businesses, will look to make a bridge of their own to address a skills gap that is prominent across the country. In the fall of 2020, the College of Charleston (CofC) will officially introduce its Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering degree program after being approved by the state’s Commission on Higher Education this summer. 

T3 Network Annual Meeting Follow-Up Webinar

Due to inclement weather in Chicago during the T3 Network Annual Meeting, this webinar will provide an opportunity for all members of the T3 Network to hear a wrap-up from the event, get an overview of next steps for the T3 Network moving into 2020, ask some questions, and comment on disucssions that took place at the meeting.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Selects Elite Cohort of Business Leadership Fellows

2019 November, BLFP Elite Cohort Launches
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today announced the launch of an advanced track for its Business Leads Fellowship Program called the Elite Cohort. This invitation-only program will focus on how Fellows can elevate education and workforce initiatives, navigate change, and learn best practices in program management.
A Country Lends Itself to Bigness
© Lubbock Economic Development Alliance
Lubbock is home to Texas Tech University (TTU), which has eight satellite campuses located within the “bigness” of the West Texas region: Abilene, Amarillo, El Paso, Fredericksburg, Highland Lakes, Junction, Midland, and Odessa. While you may not be familiar with these towns, you are probably familiar with the problems that face their workforces.

Fellowship Program, Elite Cohort

The Fellowship Program Elite Cohort is a one-time, three-day program. This invitation-only, advanced track will focus on how Fellows can elevate existing education and workforce initiatives, better navigate change management to keep their projects and teams on track, and learn best practices in state, local chamber, or statewide association program evaluation, funding, data, and member services. 

TPM Academy National Cohort XII, Meeting #1

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.

TPM Academy Interest Webinar

In this webinar, learn about the TPM Academy experience, what is expected of participants, and what you will gain from your participation. Bring your questions and ask the experts so you can be fully informed before completing your TPM Academy application for our next national cohort, Cohort XII.

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