Funded by the Philip E. and Carol R. Ratcliffe Foundation, this program will replicate the success seen in NACCE's Pitch for the Skilled Trades which has awarded more than $250,000 to 10 colleges across the nation.
TransCanWork (TCW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California, and is committed to advancing workplace inclusion through innovative training strategies and workforce development.
"TransCanWork is so thrilled and excited to introduce Lexi Adsit as our new Executive Director. She brings fresh energy and a wealth of experience to this work.
NACCE is honored to welcome a distinguished panel of judges for the 3rd annual NACCE Pitch for the Trades presented in partnership with the Philip E. & Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation.
By International Economic Development Council
The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) today launched "The Future of Work and Inclusion," a report designed to help economic development organizations ensure that workers of color are prepared for the good jobs of the future.
Fulton Mortgage Company aims to increase commitment to better serve today's rapidly changing housing market
By Workforce Development Board of Ventura County
The Ventura County and regional plans are available for public review and comments.
NACCE, with its goal of empowering colleges to grow the community college's role in supporting job creation and entrepreneurs in their local ecosystem, is elated to announce five winners in this year's second annual NACCE 2020 Pitch for the Trades...
Addresses Middle Skills Talent Shortages, Sustainable Workforce
The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) is pleased to announce a new three-year partnership and $900,000 in grant funding from the Philip E. & Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation (the Ratcliffe Foundation).
'MySecureKid' 501(C)(3) will establish headquarters in Arlington County's oldest African American neighborhood
By St. Charles Community College
According to the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, a degree from SCC is worth more over time than any other community college in Missouri.