National Skills Coalition works with its members in the states and in Washington, DC, to ensure the media is getting the full story about America's workers and industries and the need for a 21st-century national skills agenda.
National Skills Coalition's experts can provide background and comment on a range of issues that impact the development of a skilled workforce, including higher education, workforce, trade, tax, and budget policy. We can also connect you with employers, unions, advocates, and education and training providers in the states who can speak to the impact of these policies.
Guest view: Trump could learn from Iowa community college
House Approves Skills-Focused Workforce Readiness Bill
Trump pushes job training, but cuts money for it
Indiana to Provide Free Community College Certificate Programs for In-Demand Fields
Congressional Democrats Highlight Skills Training as Part of “Better Deal”
Kaine, Portman Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Support Infrastructure Workforce
Senators Introduce Dream Act; Includes Middle-Skill Pathway
A Good First Step on Apprenticeship, But Other Skills Programs Still Needed
New Analysis: Indiana Employers Struggle to Fill Key Jobs
There’s a Bipartisan Roadmap to Ensure America’s Workers Can Help Rebuild Nation’s Infrastructure and Grow Economy
National Skills Coalition responds to President Trump’s Address to the Joint Session of Congress