Data Tools for Workforce Policy: Lessons from the State Workforce and Education Alignment Project
March 22, 2017
Service Workers with Limited Foundational Skills: What New DataTells Us & How Employers and Policymakers Can Respond
WDQC Webinar: Programs that Work: Assuring the Quality of Short Term Programs
March 7, 2017
Skills Equity Policies in the States
During this webinar state policy experts and NSC staff will discuss policies that expand equitable access to middle-skill training, credentials, and careers, particularly for those who have faced barriers to economic opportunity.
Federal Budget and Appropriations Update – What’s In Store for Education and Workforce Funding?
Join National Skills Coalition as we talk with national experts about what’s ahead for the federal budget, and the outlook for critical investments in the skills of U.S. workers.
WDQC Webinar: Building on the Blueprint: Improving State Workforce Data
This webinar will review progress on state workforce data across the country and feature policy and advocacy lessons from Colorado and Arizona.
Promising Practices in Work-Based Learning for Youth
During this webinar, National Skills Coalition, National Youth Employment Coalition and youth work-based learning providers will discuss promising practices in providing work-based learning programming for out-of-school and in-school youth.
Developments in Skills-Based SNAP E&T
During this webinar, National Skills Coalition, Seattle Jobs Initiative, and state leaders will discuss the emergence of SNAP Employment & Training as a skill-building program.
What Do WIOA Regulations Mean for Immigrants? A Practical Overview
In this webinar, get a practical overview of what these regulatory changes mean for immigrant adult learners and workers.
Federal Workforce Policy: Mid-Year Update
Our federal policy team shared updates on the FY 2017 appropriations process, apprenticeship, and other federal investments.
Unpacking the WIOA Final Rules
National Skills Coalition’s experts provide a preliminary analysis of the new rules, and how they will impact states and other stakeholders moving forward.
WIOA State Plans: Realizing Innovation and Opportunity
The webinar summarized NSC’s review of selected state plans, and speakers talked about their state plan from the perspective of a governor’s office, a state workforce development board, and an association of local workforce development boards.
The Value of Apprenticeship Data
During this webinar National Skills Coalition and the Workforce Data Quality Campaign provided an overview of apprenticeships in the United States and the current state of apprenticeship data.
External Collaboration on Workforce Data
Federal Budget Analysis and Workforce Development Policy in 2016
2015 State Policy Legislative Round-Up
This webinar will provide an overview of policies passed during states’ 2015 legislative sessions. The webinar will also dig deeper into legislative successes on these issues with experts from two states.
Aligned by Design: WIOA and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment & Training
Join us on July 21 to learn how the WIOA state planning process provides an opportunity for states to align SNAP E&T with the broader workforce system to help SNAP participants build their skills and find family-supporting jobs.
Aligned by Design: WIOA and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
WIOA offers new opportunities for the workforce system and TANF programs to work together. Join NSC for a webinar featuring national and local experts to address key principles for aligning human capital investments
Aligned by Design: WIOA and Adult Education
NSC hosted a webinar to discuss how adult educations can play a key role in determining the design and execution of WIOA and Title II adult education coordination in their states.