June 18, 2020
Illustration Of Woman Holding Black Lives Matter SignOur nation is at a crossroads, and justice is beckoning us down the road to redemption. Here again, we arrive to a choice—redemption, or that familiar road where we are enraged for a moment
May 1, 2020
Amidst the rain clouds of bad news, one California initiative is offering hope by transforming traditional restaurant operations to kitchens that provide food on a sliding scale to low-wage workers, health care professionals, first responders, and others in need.
April 30, 2020
In partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education While technical skills are what you do at work, essential skills are how you do it. Employers value these skills in their employees—often as much as technical skills. Developing these
April 16, 2020
Many parents and guardians of children ages 0-12 need to work outside the home during California’s COVID-19 Stay Home Order because they provide essential services. Yet schools and many child care centers are closed. Here is guidance about how to think
March 24, 2020
Research by Daniel Enemark, Ph.D., San Diego Workforce Partnership Senior Economist Share Our Facebook Post | Download PDF Executive Summary As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing required to prevent its spread, workers in seven of
March 9, 2020
This article was originally featured in the March/April issue of Delaware Business Magazine. Written by Ron Painter, President & CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards. ACROSS THE U.S. and around the world, the nature of work is changing.
March 5, 2020
Jen Mah will be speaking at Opportunity Summit 2020 and discussing how it’s possible for everyone to reach financial independence—no financial products, super high paying jobs or moves out of San Diego County required.
March 5, 2020
Alexis Villanueva is a business program specialist at the Workforce Partnership. Here she tells a little about herself, both personally and professionally.
March 4, 2020
Think Dignity is more than a nonprofit organization, it’s a movement to fight for basic human rights. Think Dignity was started in 2006 by a group of young professional women who wanted to find real solutions to the issue of homelessness in San Diego.
March 1, 2020
Twenty-two-year-old Gabriel Souza left Curitiba, Brazil just over one year ago. Living in San Diego he expected to learn a new language and adjust to new customs but was surprised with a helping hand and a college scholarship through San Diego Gateway to College and Career (SDG2CC).