The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation (USCCF) proposes a transformational approach to prepare youth to develop stronger innovation and workplace skills through real-world experiences. By placing a stronger emphasis on employer-led problem based learning at all education levels, innovation moves from the periphery to the center of the curriculum.
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How is California preparing for the needed 1 million career-ready college grads that they will need by 2025?
What is the balance for providing employers with the talent they need and, at the same time, what prospective employees are able to give?
How ready are new grads to enter the workplace?
A New Framework for Business Engagement
This paper explores how employers and employer associations can leverage business-facing intermediaries as talent orchestrators to manage their human capital needs and scale youth employment efforts. It can also serve as a guide for how existing intermediaries can improve and scale in partnership with employers.
What qualities and traits should today's students strive for in order to better their future in college and beyond?
The Dear 45 campaign offers a way for people to express their concerns for the future 45th president of the United States.
Who knew summer jobs were more then just pocket change to teenagers? They play a huge role in their overall development.
For many organizations, scaling a youth employment initiative involves many of the same essential elements as beginning one. Such was the case for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). In the late 2000s, Suzanne M.