We know that in order to fill the skills gap, a fundamental paradigm shift needs to occur across the workforce development marketplace. Instead of a well-oiled machine working to train job seekers, our current system is fragmented and lagging. But how do we get buy-in from all stakeholders to participate in working towards a new solution? How can we foster local employment market opportunities and fill specific sector needs?
Penn Foster envisions a new generation of collaboration where it’s beneficial to everyone to help upskill middle-skilled career seekers and incumbents in high-growth industries. It all starts at the intersection of education and employment. You can read more about this on our recent article on Grads of LifeVoice.