Meet Kerry Hydash

“Our businesses are only as successful as our employees.” We think the world of Kerry Hydash, President and CEO of Family HealthCare Network (FHCN). She’s been very involved with ITK’s Leadership Council, has helped lead one of signature events – the Growing Health Leaders Conference every October – and is an Industry Contact and Mentor […]

Workforce Data Newsletter | Volume 1, Issue 3

Compared to January 2015, the January 2016 Tulare County Employment Report shows a decrease in the unemployment rate and an increase in employment. Additional highlights from the recent report include: Tulare County’s unemployment rate was 12.3 percent in January 2016, down from the year-ago estimate of 13.7 percent and up from a revised 12.2 percent […]

Summer Law and Justice Pathway Bridges Program

March 10, 2016 An area of need identified by Porterville Unified School District Pathways team and stakeholders is the need for transitional programming into high school pathways. The Summer Law and Justice Pathway Bridges Program is one avenue that is aimed at readiness into high school and academic enrichment that is strategically combined with career awareness and exploration activities. […]

Innovation & Opportunity Network: Implementing WIOA: Voices of Experience

February 16, 2016 Over 80 local one-stop teams took part in ETA’s first ever Customer Centered Design Challenge in Washington DC, learning through a seven week online course and receiving one-on-one intensive coaching in how to use “design thinking” principles as they re-design their services under WIOA. Listen to participants across teams share their experiences […]

WBL Center

The WBL Center is now live! Get downloadable and customizable templates for your work-based learning program needs. Career Days Guest Speakers Worksite Tours Job Shadows Internships

Aspen Institute – Collective Impact for Opportunity Youth

“This report is intended to serve as a call-to-action for communities to bring together systems and stakeholders to improve outcomes for Opportunity Youth and to provide a high-level framework for a collective impact approach that will enable them to do so.” “We define Opportunity Youth as youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who […]