Through the generous support of the Rockefeller Foundation, The Leadership Conference Education Fund awarded a seed grant to The Transportation Learning Center for the research, writing and production of this report. Description of two Career Pathways programs - the Los Angeles Metro Project Labor Agreement in construction and Philadelphia’s Summer Youth program and Career Conference are at the core of this examination of partnerships that lead to career Pathways in transportation.
This is a weekly update story from the Transportation Learning Center on the Boston and Philadelphia youth summer programs graduation ceremonies.
The regional Workforce Initiative Now (WIN) is a collaborative partnership between RTD, Community College of Denver, Denver Transit Partners (DTP) and the Urban League of Metropolitan Denver. WIN helps job seekers, companies, and local communities through the creation of career opportunities in the transportation and construction industries.
The Transportation Technology program provides a specialized distance learning education and training for the student or current industry employee having an interest in the transportation field.
This document and its links describe one of the existing organizations that conducts evaluations of non-collegiate training for the purpose of making college credit recommendations based on college credit equivalencies.
Registered Apprenticeships constitute a significant component of Pathways into good jobs, including transit and transportation generally. These links from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship provides an interactive PowerPoint and other information on the Registered Apprenticeship system , as well as a recent initiative to connect community colleges and academic credit organizations with Registered Apprenticeships.
Materials provided by Wider Opportunities for Women focuses on gender issues related to Career Pathways.
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