New Paths to Professional Nursing (NPPN), funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Jersey Health Initiatives program, demonstrates that it is possible to create a pipeline of nursing candidates who live in and resemble the communities they serve.
By 2030, Florida will need to create two million net new jobs to accommodate an additional six million residents. At the same time, rapid technological innovation is shifting the skills and competencies required for jobs.
The rural counties of Region 7, a sub-state area designated by the state of Alabama to address workforce development issues, has yet to fully recover from the 2007 economic recession. This report outlines Region 7's education and workforce needs.
Community colleges are a gateway to some of the best jobs in the US for adults from all socioeconomic backgrounds. Many growing opportunities are now coming from the sustainability, clean energy, and wildlife preservation sectors.
The National Fund for Workforce Solution’s Young Adult Initiatives aim to test and implement new strategies for targeting and investing in America’s young adults so that employers and workforce development can tap into this workforce.
This brief highlights major policy and program solutions explored during a summit convened by JFF and partners to address the manufacturing skills gap and how to generate the robust talent pipeline needed.