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How Nontraditional Pathways Can Lead Workers to Good Jobs

  • Not everyone takes a traditional route to a college degree that will prepare them for the workforce. John Yang talks with Nicole Smith of Georgetown University and Beth Cobert of the Markle Foundation about alternatives to help young adults and returning students find their ways to the middle class and help close the skilled worker gap.

    Beth Cobert, I know your organization works with employers. Are you working with the employers to try to get them to look for skills, rather than credentials?

Skillful State Network

  • Date: 
    Wed, 02/14/2018
    Sort Date: 
    Wed, 02/14/2018 - 10:00
    Publication Source: 
    Markle Foundation
    Author or Authoring Organization: 
    Markle Foundation

    Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, the Markle Foundation, and 20 States Launch the Skillful State Network; Introduce Skillful State Playbook

    Governors of 20 founding member states join together to share and accelerate workforce innovation.

    Announcement marks national expansion of Skillful, an initiative to create a skills-based labor market that better serves all Americans in a rapidly changing economy.

RATF Chairman Denis Mcdonough's Statement on California's Online Community College Proposal


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