Posters and Printouts
We are pleased to share our Fiscal Year 2023 Annual Report, highlighting collective efforts and selected services during July 1, 2022–June 30, 2023, framed by the organization’s core values—Collaboration, Excellence, Stewardship, Inclusion and Equity. Embracing workforce development requires understanding, meeting and anticipating the current and future needs of workers and employers alike. We continue to collaborate with partners, businesses, elected officials, donors and funders to address these needs by ensuring all job seekers, employers and students receive equal access to the skills and resources necessary for success. This report offers success stories of how we’re striving for a more equitable region, focusing funding and resources on those too often excluded from higher quality jobs and upward economic mobility. We look forward to continuing to build on this progress together in fiscal year 2024 and beyond.
The strategy guidebook, Promoting Careers in Electric Mobility, was created to empower educators and school administrators to share information about the growing industry and subsequent career pathways with students and families. Developed by the San Diego Workforce Partnership in collaboration with ENGIE Impact and Grossmont Union High School District (GUHSD), the guidebook outlines strategies to make career opportunities created by this movement toward electric vehicles (EV) more accessible, especially to students in disadvantaged and low-income communities.
Educators, school administrators and career counselors in K-12 schools can use this guide to support students in their career exploration. Along with providing resources created specifically for this project, the guide also includes suggested strategies for implementing the tools and a summary of industry and government partners who can introduce students and families to the possibility of a quality job in clean energy.
The Essential Skills Rubrics, created in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education, align with the six essential skills—emotional intelligence, communication, creative & critical thinking, collaboration, dependability and resourcefulness. It is crucial to model, evaluate and set goals around essential skills to support career readiness, growth and advancement. Essential skills apply across all sectors and impact students at every phase of their learning and into a career.
Educators in K-12 schools, colleges and professional training programs can use these rubrics at any grade level, and career counselors can use them to promote self-awareness in job seekers.
For more tools, visit San Diego County Office of Education.
This poster highlights skills valued by employers. Building these skills will help you to get a job and make you a superstar in your workplace.
The San Diego Workforce Partnership research team regularly updates the priority sectors to identify top industries that provide at least 10,000 positions for the 72 priority jobs. See below for the 2019 edition of the priority sector posters for San Diego County.
A companion piece to the 2019 priority sector posters, these printable 2-pagers offer ideas on how to begin a career in each sector.
View and download our priority sector and essential skills posters in Arabic. The essential skills poster highlights skills valued by employers and the priority sectors show labor market data with a wealth of information on in-demand careers.
View and download our priority sector and essential skills posters in Farsi. The essential skills poster highlights skills valued by employers and the priority sector posters show labor market data with a wealth of information on in-demand careers.
View and download our priority sector and essential skills posters in Spanish. The essential skills poster highlights skills valued by employers and the priority sectors show labor market data with a wealth of information on in-demand careers.