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Efforts to bridge the nation’s skills gap through employer-led solutions got a big boost on March 23, with the awarding of a $2.5 million grant to fund an expanded Talent Pipeline Management initiative.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation is expanding its TPM programs to 40 more communities in hopes to better prepare students and employers for their work ahead.
USA Funds Awards $2.5 Million Grant to Address Skills Gap
Why is it important to look at more than just simply college completion rates?
Michigan can expect a need for more industry workers in the near future, so it is important for the state to how to best prepare.
Today’s business leaders are redefining business success by how their companies work and impact society, driving the need for a deeper understanding of the relationship between environmental, educational and economic demands.
Students are receiving education degrees, but does this actually make them prepared for the workforce? The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and TPM want to make sure they are.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation (USCCF) and USA Funds are working together to explore strategies and solutions for addressing the skills gap facing America’s business community, while promoting “completion with a purpose” for our nation’s graduates.
We spend billions of dollars for students to earn degrees, but many of them are are still not prepared enough to enter the workforce post-graduation.