NEWS

Detroit’s Untapped Talent

DETROIT’S UNTAPPED TALENT

JANUARY 19, 2016

Signs of rejuvenation are clear in Detroit, just one year after emerging from bankruptcy. Over the past decade of working closely with key Detroit workforce providers and employers, Corporation for a Skilled Workforce has seen this turnaround first hand. Since our founding 25 years ago, CSW has been partnering with workforce providers, employers, and public sector agencies to design and implement
WHY MICHIGAN?

WHY MICHIGAN?

JANUARY 14, 2016

Michigan is positioned to be the global design and manufacturing center for the electrified industries of today and tomorrow. The state has always been a leader in making things and making things work. It’s this innovative spirit that sets Michigan at the forefront of being the Advanced Energy Storage Capital of North America. MICHIGAN: ADVANCED ENERGY STORAGE CAPITAL OF NORTH AMERICA Advanced
FUTURE VISION

FUTURE VISION

JANUARY 14, 2016

TO BE THE GLOBAL DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING CENTER FOR POWERING THE ELECTRIFIED INDUSTRIES OF TODAY AND TOMORROW. Our Mission: To promote Michigan as a hub for design, engineering, systems integration, component and materials manufacture, and testing of the technologies that will power a sustainable future. Our Approach: To engage and connect OEMs and component suppliers along with research and
Connecting Credentials Webinar Series
Please join us in continuing the national dialogue on building a learning-centered credentialing system. Between January and March 2016 the Connecting Credentials Initiative is hosting a series of interactive webinars featuring credentialing innovations underway across the country. The purpose of these webinars is to increase understanding of the depth and breadth of these initiatives and stimu
Employing Opportunity Youth

EMPLOYING OPPORTUNITY YOUTH

OCTOBER 19, 2015

As we approach the end of October, with most families settled into their back-to-school routines, it is a good time for leaders in all sectors to be thinking about ways to address the staggering number of young people – estimated at around 5.5 million between the ages of 16 and 25 – who are not connected to school or to work.  These chronically disconnected youth represent an enormous loss of