Workforce Development

Critical Skill Shortages Project: An Assessment of Root Causes for Skill Shortages in Biosciences and Biotechnology in Greater Austin

Critical Skill Shortages Project: An Assessment of Root Causes for Skill Shortages in Biosciences and Biotechnology in Greater Austin

Researcher(s):
Robert W. Glover, Suzanne Hershey, Christopher T. King and Deepshikha Roychowdhury
Date:
July 2005
Publication Type:
Full Report (PDF)

 

Critical Skill Shortages Project: Recommendations for Selection of Two Key Industry Clusters for Further Work

Critical Skill Shortages Project: Recommendations for Selection of Two Key Industry Clusters for Further Work

Researcher(s):Robert W. Glover, Suzanne Hershey, Christopher T. King and Deepshikha Roychowdhury
Date Published:
June 2005
Publication Type:
Full Report (PDF)

 

Expanding Opportunities for Businesses and Workers: Promising Practices for Workforce Intermediary Initiatives

Expanding Opportunities for Businesses and Workers: Promising Practices for Workforce Intermediary Initiatives

Researcher(s):Sarah Looney and Christopher T. King
Date:
February 2005
Publication Type
: Full Report (PDF)
Abstract: This report is the result of a planning grant from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and Ford Foundation to two Austin nonprofit organizations, Capital IDEA and Capital Area Training Foundation (now known as Skillpoint Alliance). The purpose of the grant was to support the development of a "design and funding plan for a uniquely Central Texas workforce intermediary initiative, based in its own set of institutions, traditions, and context." The local nonprofits then arranged for the Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources to produce this report.

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Proposed Approaches to Workforce Development Performance Measurement

Proposed Approaches to Workforce Development Performance Measurement

Researchers: Sarah Looney and Christopher T. King.
Date: February 2005
Publication Type: Full Report
 

Expanding Opportunities for Businesses and Workers: Promising Practices for Workforce Intermediary Initiatives

Expanding Opportunities for Businesses and Workers: Promising Practices for Workforce Intermediary Initiatives

Researchers
: Sarah Looney and Christopher T. King.
Date: February 2005
Publication Type: Full Report
 


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