A Learning & Workforce Engagement Firm
We are a learning and workforce engagement firm that creates and co-creates community-centered and corporate Learning & Development (L&D) initiatives that connect opportunity to potential. The company specializes in designing sustainable workforce program strategies to serve citizens of urban and rural markets, low-income communities, the prison re-entry population, veterans services, and out-of-school youth.
We uniquely align our initiatives with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and convene community partners to facilitate program designs. Our work is also in partnership with non-WIOA collaborations of both local and regional capacity that are affiliated with workforce and economic development and sustainable communities.
Your community workforce partner.
Workforce Education Provider for:
Your workforce, our strategy.
Workforce Development Initiatives ♦ Career Education Program Designs (Higher Ed) ♦ Apprenticeship Models ♦ Employee Recruitment & Retention Strategies ♦ Community Collaboration Models ♦ Curriculum/Content Design
Instructor-Led Training Sessions/Workshops ♦ Workforce Mapping ♦ Labor Market Research ♦ Partnership Alignment ♦ Accreditation Review & Consulting
Check out the industries we are serving…
- Federal Government
- Municipal Government
- Higher Education
- Talent Acquisition
- Road Construction
- Commercial Real Estate Development
- Natural Gas & Pipeline
- Professional Associations
- Financial Services
Industry Targets: Higher Education, Government, and Business
The 21st Century is known as the “Digital Era”. Our nation has absorbed advanced technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality and has incorporated these practices… Read more “Outsourcing Learning & Development builds capacity in the organization…”
Simply stated, workforce development intends to create access to career, grow stronger economies, and establish a well-trained and educated workforce.
“Proactively, the adoption of these programs has potential to reignite educational interests, and inspire career in this earlier stage of learning.”