May 3, 2022
For the past 20 years, the Library Foundation SD has supported the San Diego Public Library System become the essential resource that it is today, providing San Diegans with access to fulfilling careers, healthy finances and better social, health and economic outcomes. Here the Library Foundation SD shares how public libraries and workforce development are deeply intertwined.
The Cyber Center of Excellence is building a safer San Diego through pipelines of diverse cyber talent
April 4, 2022
The Cyber Center of Excellence makes it their mission to enhance cybersecurity resilience through timely sharing of information and analysis, and specialized training with safe environments to simulate and defend against cyberattacks. Read on to learn how CyberHire, one of our very own programs, helps create workforce pathways to support cybersecurity efforts in San Diego.
March 3, 2022
For over 100 years, the Neighborhood House Association has supported San Diego communities. Read on to learn how the Neighborhood House Association is enriching lives through a continuum of education, wellness services and workforce development.
February 7, 2022
Led by Workforce board member Kurling Robinson, Fōkcus funnels their support to diverse founders who are helping to create a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Here, the team at Fōkcus describes how San Diegans can be involved in changing the way their community invests in innovation.
January 3, 2022
The San Diego Workforce Partnership connected with Shelly Tregembo, project coordinator with Live Well San Diego, to discuss Live Well’s vision for the collective health, safety and well-being of all San Diegans.
How Hire Heroes USA supports military members and their spouses in rejoining the San Diego workforce
November 24, 2021
Hire Heroes USA empowers U.S. military members, veterans and military spouses to succeed in the civilian workforce.
October 28, 2021
Partnered with World of Work, Ed Hidalgo, chief innovation and engagement officer with CVUSD, explains why it is important for schools to incorporate workforce development into education for students of all grade levels.
October 4, 2021
San Diego Regional EDC is an independently-funded economic development organization that mobilizes business, government and civic leaders around an inclusive economic development strategy
September 6, 2021
“A child’s zip code should never determine their destiny. But today, the communities they grow up in impact their odds of graduating high school, their job opportunities, their health outcomes and their lifetime economic opportunities.”
August 2, 2021
The San Diego Workforce Partnership connected with the San Diego Public Library supervising librarian, Joseph Miesner, to learn about the library’s mission of supporting community member’s lifelong learning and self-development. Here Joseph tells us about their community outreach efforts.