December 3, 2019
As 2019 comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of this year’s best workforce development moments in San Diego County. 1. The San Diego Workforce Partnership makes a big move, revealing a new look to go with it.
December 2, 2019
Rachel Cohen is a business partnerships team lead at the San Diego Workforce Partnership. Here she tells a little bit about herself, both personally and professionally.
Press release: Workforce Partnership Awarded Grant to Support Young Adults Entering Hospitality Jobs
November 25, 2019
The Workforce Partnership has been chosen as a recipient of the Hyatt Thrive Community Grant. The funds awarded will be used to host three cohorts of the Career Launch Academy for opportunity youth and to develop a short video conveying the importance of hiring young adults from a business and talent development perspective.
November 13, 2019
SAN DIEGO, CA — Together with the Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunities Program and Reimagine Retail Initiative, the San Diego Workforce Partnership and the Corporation for a Skilled Workforce undertook a year-long research project to understand possible social, economic and regulatory forces acting on the retail sector in San Diego
November 12, 2019
This year’s Workforce Frontiers Symposium on November 7 saw over 200 attendees hear from local and national speakers on the latest outer reaches of workforce development.
November 11, 2019
The San Diego Workforce Partnership’s most recent study, Challenges and Opportunities for Veterans’ Transition to the Workforce, seeks to determine some of the strengths, weaknesses and challenges that veterans in San Diego County face throughout the process of transitioning out of the military and into meaningful employment in the civilian labor market.
November 5, 2019
“Our mission is simple,” says KRA founder and President and CEO Knowlton R. Atterbeary. “We provide businesses with a trained and reliable workforce by preparing job seekers for today’s competitive workplace and global economy.”
November 4, 2019
Amy Vance is a programs specialist at the San Diego Workforce Partnership. Here she tells a little bit about herself, both personally and professionally.
Employer roundtable addresses challenges and opportunities for service sector businesses and their workers
October 24, 2019
The James Irvine Foundation and the San Diego Workforce Partnership hosted a regional employer roundtable where retail and hospitality employers gathered to discuss challenges and opportunities for service-sector businesses and their workers, who comprise 20% of San Diego’s labor force. Employers addressed challenges such as the need for livable wages, reliable work schedules and meaningful opportunities for advancement, as well as the need to improve race and gender equity.
October 22, 2019
An animal lover, Taylor wanted to become a veterinary assistant. Taylor found out at a job fair that MiraCosta College’s Technology Career Institute (TCI) offered a certificate-granting program in this field, and staff there and her GenerateHope case manager referred her to Interfaith Community Services’ Transitional Youth Academy (TYA), which funded the vet assistant program, paying for books, supplies and transportation.