May 31, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

Fresno Future of Work MeetUp turns focus to proposed online community college

With pockets of extreme poverty in the Central Valley, leaders say online college must fit regional needs Read More »

Why We Need a New Conversation on Rent Control in California, Today
May 31, 2018 by Carol Galante

Why We Need a New Conversation on Rent Control in California, Today

All-or-nothing fight over CA's rent control law will be highly politicized and one that California renters will lose Read More »

California gubernatorial candidates weigh in on child poverty
May 30, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

California gubernatorial candidates weigh in on child poverty

Fifth largest economy in the world has almost two million children living in poverty Read More »

California Community Colleges launch Self-Employment Pathways in the Gig Economy project
May 29, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

California Community Colleges launch Self-Employment Pathways in the Gig Economy project

Training program better prepares students for working independently and running a business Read More »

Report: Workforce needed to fill growing demand for SoCal health care services professionals
May 25, 2018 by Victor Abalos

Report: Workforce needed to fill growing demand for SoCal health care services professionals

Well-paying allied health jobs often don't require a four-year degree Read More »

Report: Can new technology help California’s workforce get future-ready?
May 16, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

Report: Can new technology help California’s workforce get future-ready?

Results from the ambitious Future of Work series on workers stranded by technology Read More »

L.A. high tech expo draws hundreds of students and future coders
May 08, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

L.A. high tech expo draws hundreds of students and future coders

Generation of digital natives gets a look at tech industry jobs — and the skills needed to get them Read More »

VIDEO: Candidates for California governor set sights on the housing crisis
May 07, 2018 by John Guenther

VIDEO: Candidates for California governor set sights on the housing crisis

As prices skyrocket, gubernatorial candidates share a game plan for more affordable housing Read More »

Digital skills increasingly needed to live and thrive in L.A. County
April 30, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

Digital skills increasingly needed to live and thrive in L.A. County

Almost a million workers at risk of being left behind in the county yet many IT jobs don’t require a four-year degree Read More »

How to build a workforce resistant to automation and disruptive technologies?
April 26, 2018 by Ian Hanigan

How to build a workforce resistant to automation and disruptive technologies?

Workforce experts discuss artificial intelligence, a new wave of automation and the rise of the gig economy Read More »

A Year-Round Opportunity To Fight Poverty in California
April 25, 2018 by Josh Fryday

A Year-Round Opportunity To Fight Poverty in California

Tax credit for working Californians helps improve health and education outcomes for families Read More »

California online community college announces first health care pathway
April 25, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

California online community college announces first health care pathway

Partnership with labor union launches program to train much-needed medical workers Read More »

A high-tech solution to prepare the Inland Empire workforce for the automated future
April 23, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

A high-tech solution to prepare the Inland Empire workforce for the automated future

Large portion of region's logistics workers are vulnerable to automation Read More »

Solving for Kern County’s lack of STEM workers and abundance of disconnected youth
April 19, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

Solving for Kern County’s lack of STEM workers and abundance of disconnected youth

Bringing the right classes to inland California is key to closing skilled worker gap there Read More »

You Can See the Future of Work from Here
April 19, 2018 by Jim Mayer

You Can See the Future of Work from Here

Between Silicon Valley and farms, Monterey Bay region strengthens its workforce for the future of both Read More »

New pathways for millions of nontraditional students could pave the way for upward mobility
April 18, 2018 by Kristen F. Soares

New pathways for millions of nontraditional students could pave the way for upward mobility

Working Californians who aren't typical college students face challenges distinct challenges Read More »

Chico Leaders Seek to Grow and Keep Their Own
April 17, 2018 by Jim Mayer

Chico Leaders Seek to Grow and Keep Their Own

Workforce training that pairs well with small business success can encourage grads to thrive locally Read More »

From Farm Worker to Coding Pro
April 12, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

From Farm Worker to Coding Pro

Central Valley program lifts up students into real-world programming and middle-class jobs Read More »

Five Steps to a Stronger Workforce
April 06, 2018 by Tammy Cronin

Five Steps to a Stronger Workforce

How California communities and their colleges can boost social mobility and meet local workforce needs Read More »

Reskilling San Diegans can open up access to tech jobs and the middle class
April 03, 2018 by Ed Coghlan

Reskilling San Diegans can open up access to tech jobs and the middle class

Workforce education delivered online could build up the local talent pipeline Read More »

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