The Goal.

Through input from employers & workforce, community, civic, labor & education leaders, CA is moving forward on strategies to build up economic resilience

The Problem.

Artificial intelligence, the rise of gig economy platforms and a new wave of automation will further change the future of work and the skill sets required to thrive in the workforce. Employers, workers and job seekers will all be impacted and must learn new skills to avoid being stranded.

FEATURED STORIES

May 16, 2018

Report: Can new technology help California’s workforce get future-ready?

Results from the ambitious Future of Work series on workers stranded by technology Read More »

Future Of Work Landing
April 25, 2018

California online community college announces first health care pathway

Partnership with labor union launches program to train much-needed medical workers Read More »

REPORTING

Congratulations to CA Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley
May 22, 2019 by CA Fwd

Congratulations to CA Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley

Board of Governors extends the contract of the Chancellor who has made increasing earning power of graduates a priority Read More »

The Future of Work in California is Global!
May 13, 2019

The Future of Work in California is Global!

The state's role in global trade provides community college students with big opportunities in international business Read More »

California’s Life Sciences Biotech Sector Is Good for Its Economic Health
May 09, 2019

California’s Life Sciences Biotech Sector Is Good for Its Economic Health

Why community college students are well situated for entry-level jobs in the number one state for life sciences Read More »

2019 PIE Contest Opens ­– Looking for Successful Workforce Development Partnerships
May 01, 2019

2019 PIE Contest Opens ­– Looking for Successful Workforce Development Partnerships

Third annual Partnerships for Industry and Education Contest officially begins Read More »

Technologically obsolete adults increasingly face digital barriers to jobs
April 30, 2019

Technologically obsolete adults increasingly face digital barriers to jobs

Community colleges aim to boost digital skills—now a key to entry-level employment across California Read More »

How community colleges aim to help California’s aspiring entrepreneurs in the new economy
April 18, 2019

How community colleges aim to help California’s aspiring entrepreneurs in the new economy

As the gig economy grows, technical skills combined with an entrepreneurial mindset increasingly important Read More »

California’s vast health care industry requires growing workforce pipeline
April 15, 2019

California’s vast health care industry requires growing workforce pipeline

Community colleges working on need for funding, faculty, employer engagement and more Read More »

Change is happening in Fresno schools and the workplace
April 03, 2019 by Deb Nankivell

Change is happening in Fresno schools and the workplace

How project-based learning can build a stronger workforce better than the sage on the stage Read More »

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