The Workforce Benchmarking Network The Workforce Benchmarking Network (WBN) connects community-based organizations providing workforce development services around the country—along with public and private funders and other intermediaries—to support better results for job seekers, employers and communities. Housed at Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW), the WBN ensures that quality data
Project Resources Website: Twitter: @TA3_CSW     The TA3 is a membership consortium of more than 30 leading community and technical colleges, and several state system offices, in the U.S. and Europe. The TA3 promotes community colleges’ efforts to support their regional economies, and promotes the value and importance of a global perspective on community colleg
Project Resources Website:  Twitter: @ConnectCreds    Lumina Foundation and Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) have joined forces to establish the Connecting Credentials initiative and together launched a national campaign on how to build a well-functioning and sustainable credentialing ecosystem that is in sync with the needs of 21st century learne


FEBRUARY 14, 2014

In 2009, we met with the Jefferson County Workforce Center in Denver, Colorado to bring together public and private sector agencies and employers to implement an employer of choice strategy. The WorkLife Partnership was created, replicating promising practices of an employer assistance non-profit that works to remove employment barriers and increase employee retention called The SOURCE. WorkLife P
CSW is a national expert in industry sector strategies with a primary focus on meeting the needs of the industry partners as an economic competitiveness strategy. Several other national consulting firms promote sector strategies, but their primary focus is on advancing low-wage workers, rather than growing economies. Unemployment rates hover around 9%. Companies are closing their doors. States