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- When: September 19, 12 noon till 1:30 pm PDT
- Where: 1020 11th Street, Sacramento, and as an online webinar.
- Live Webcast Registration
The Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) is hosting this webinar—as part of the James Irvine Foundation Briefing Series—on September 19 from 12 noon till 1:30 p.m. It’s physical location is the CSAC Conference Center, 1020 11th Street in Sacramento—if you can attend the event, it’s free, but space is limited. So be sure to register early. For those intending to join the webcast, you can sign in at this link.
About the program:
“Already a large part of California’s economy, the state’s health workforce will need to grow significantly over the next decade to keep up with a growing—and aging—population. PPIC researcher Shannon McConville will present new findings about California’s health workforce needs. A panel of experts will then discuss how the state can increase the number of health care workers and offer career opportunities to a diverse group of Californians.”
- When: September 23, 9 am till 4:00 pm EDT
- Where: The event will be live-streamed here.
- Guide to hosting a viewing party (with lots more information)
About the program:
“The Department of Education, Department of Labor, and Department of Health and Human Services are convening the National Dialogue on Career Pathways. Presenters, panelists and participants (including NASDCTEc President and Colorado State CTE Director Scott Stump) will discuss the crucial role of career pathways in ensuring that today’s students are tomorrow’s high-skilled, employed workforce.
Leading voices in CTE and workforce development will discuss lessons learned and best practices, mapping both onto the future of career pathways. The departments have also promised “information about a new technical assistance opportunity to help states, local areas, and discretionary grantees to develop or expand their efforts around career pathways system building will be announced during the meeting.”
That’s 9 am Eastern Daylight Time.