An initiative to bolster efforts in six Midwest states to help working-age adults who need to expand their skills.
New City Of Chicago And Cook County Program To Put Chicagoans Back To Work
Creating Economic Opportunity
Employment Program Staff
Theory of Change: New digital instructional tools provide an opportunity to reach the 35 million Americans who need to upgrade their skills but more needs to be done to understand what technology works, for whom, and how best to deploy it.
In April, 50 grants totaling $10.2 million were approved by the Joyce Foundation Board of Directors to further address pressing economic and social challenges.
$3 million grant to four Great Lakes community areas: Chicago’s northwest suburbs; Central Ohio; Madison, Wisconsin; and Rockford, Illinois
Employment Program Officer, Matthew Muench writes about the results of a new report about the role of personal success skills in the 21st century workforce.
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