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Podcast: Preparing Workforce Ecosystems for Returning Citizen Success March 22, 2022

Unprecedented skill shortages in labor markets across the U.S. often intersect with a desire for Justice System reform that provides pathways for Returning Citizens to thrive. When optimized in a regional workforce ecosystem, Returning Citizens are a high-performing group of working learners to boost a regional talent pipeline. In a two-part series, ACT's Ready for Work podcast examines a Five P's framework for re-entry success in Episode 32.  Life-Changing Asset and Skill-Based Solutions iAlternative Sentencing for Episode 31 showcases the success drug court approach in Morgan County, AL.

Local WRCs honored with Site Selectors Guild awards March 03, 2022

Congratulations to the local Work Ready Communities in Bourbon County, Kansas, recipient of the Projects with a Purpose award, and the St. Louis, Missouri region, for the award on Community Innovation.

Boeing Aerospace Manufacturing Partnership Recruits High School Seniors November 25, 2020

Since 2007, Boeing and St. Louis Community College’s innovative workforce development partnership has trained and positioned over 900 job candidates for successful careers at Boeing. STLCC and Boeing now announces the second run of the Boeing Pre-employment Training Program for high school seniors.  WorkKeys requirements include 4 in Applied Math and Graphic Literacy with a 5 in Workplace Documents.

Finding Inspiration in Customer Success Stories November 19, 2019

It’s easy for an executive to get lost in the demanding, broad responsibilities of the work and lose touch with the impact that your products actually have on the ground level, with the customers who use them. I had an experience last week that brought this point to light. Blog post by Suzana Delanghe

Missouri labor shortage spurs call to action February 22, 2019

Missouri has a severe labor shortage, and it could get worse.

That’s the sobering lesson of Workforce 2030, a new report commissioned by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce. The chamber hired Gallup to survey 1,000 employers, whose responses were pretty gloomy.