State-Level 101: The State’s Crucial Role in Seeding and Supporting Sector Partnerships
2:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM ET
Please join us on Thursday, May 19th at 2:00pm EST for the “State-Level 101: The State’s Crucial Role in Seeding and Supporting Sector Partnerships” workshop. This is part of the USDOL-ETA's 2nd Annual week-long Sector Strategies Virtual Institute (May 16-20, 2016).
While successful sector partnerships are built at the local and regional levels, states have a major role to play in developing a fertile landscape for sector partnerships to flourish. T his session will focus on the fundamentals of seeding sector partnerships. The speakers will focus on six core state supports that are fundamental to seeding and supporting successful partnerships and discuss how these are carried out in their respective state. These include: shared vision and goals; good industry data analysis tools; local capacity building; awareness building; administrative and legislative support; and performance measurement.
To register for other sessions for USDOL-ETA's 2nd Annual week-long Sector Strategies Virtual Institute (May 16-20, 2016), please click here.Registration for this webinar is limited, phone lines and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Aaron Fichtner, Deputy Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Labor
Emily Templin Lesh, Assistant Director, Policy and Industry Partnerships, Colorado Workforce Development Council
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