The Center will provide technical assistance to the Adult Ed team at the state’s Workforce Development Agency (WDA), supporting their Moving Pathways Forward grant awarded from the U.S. Department of Education. Our work will help enable the Adult Ed team to define, develop, and implement a pilot project that catalyzes career pathway strategies within the Adult Ed arena. Many more details on this
The Center will lead efforts in designing a talent pipeline system for entry level jobs at specific Trinity/Mercy Health locations in West Michigan. The project is designed to connect a large scale employer (Trinity) with entry level workers through the creation of a comprehensive career pathway framework that will include career portfolios, community partner engagement, and extensive career coach
CSW successfully competed to provide technical assistance over the next two years to a consortium of 8 community colleges in Michigan (Bay de Noc, Grand Rapids, Kellogg, Lake Michigan, Lansing, Macomb, Mott, and Schoolcraft) under a four year, round three TAACCCT grant awarded last year. The Center will provide TA and facilitation in order to develop career pathways in four different advanced manu