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Posted 5/9/2017 3:02 PM by Angella Brown
We are thrilled to announce that the WorkforceGPS Member Directory is live and available from the Member Directory tab on the home page.
Posted 10/27/2016 5:02 PM by Angella Brown
The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (DOLETA) is excited to release the Career Pathways Toolkit: An Enhanced Guide and Workbook for System Development. The new Toolkit will be especially helpful for State offices and partners working to implement a Unified Plan as well as staff members supporting State Workforce Development Boards.
Posted 6/24/2016 7:40 PM by Angella Brown
Use the four pillars to take strategic actions toward sustainability
throughout the life of a project.
Posted 4/6/2016 3:43 PM by Angella BrownSocial media is always changing and staying on top of the trends can be frustrating for someone who doesn’t spend a lot of time each day in the social space. Here are two things to understand to make the most out of each day’s efforts.
Posted 1/13/2016 9:17 PM by Angella BrownAccording to the most recent data Georgia’s only Youth CareerConnect grantee, Putnam County High School’s (PCHS) Youth Empowerment for Success (YES) Program, is surpassing goals and targets in the area of post-secondary credit attainment.
Posted 1/13/2016 9:14 PM by Angella BrownThis post will focus on ways to engage and retain participation from these different groups.
Posted 12/4/2015 9:10 PM by Angella Brown
"Keep Them Close!”
Five Actions You Can Take to Make Certain Employer Partners Remain Engaged and Supportive