To achieve our mission and vision, the Members Resources pages are designed to provide NCWE members with articles, publications, reports and other resources to enhance their ability to prepare the current and future workforce in a global economy.Â These pages are private and available only to NCWE members.
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â™¦ Workforce Development Reports
â™¦ NCWE Publications
â™¦ Promising Practices
â™¦ Breaking Through and Accelerating Opportunity
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT REPORTS
These section contains important research reports and articles to support NCWE members professional development and provide member's with resources to enhance their response to state and federal grant RFPs.
Â«Â Career Pathways
Â«Â Completion Agenda
Â«Â Credit and Noncredit Programs
Â«Â Health Care and Allied Health Programs
Â«Â I-BEST and Contextualized Curricula
Â«Â Immigrant Workers and English Language Learning
Â«Â Low Skilled Adults
Â«Â Prior Learning Assessment
Â«Â Skilled Workforce Shortage
Â«Â Sustainability and Green Jobs
Â«Â Utilizing Data and Labor Market Information
Â«Â Workforce and Economic Development
To meet our goal of providing leadership through national and regional research studies that enhance our member's knowledge and expertise, NCWE partners with councils, foundations, universities, and others to produce publications germane to workforce and economic development.
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Promising Practices are innovative programs, programs serving specific populations, programs developed through partnerships, and/or new programs designed to meet innovative and emerging workforce fields. Promising Practices support NCWE's goal of enhancing member's knowledge in workforce and economic development.
Featured Promising Practices
To submit a Promising Practice please complete the Promising Practices Template
Â» Career Pathways
Â» Credit Workforce Program
Â» Non-Credit Workforce Program
Â» Integrated Basic Skills
Â» Middle Skills Jobs
Â» New/Emerging Fields
Â» Sustainability/Green Jobs
Â» High School Partnerships
Â» Four-Year Partnerships
BREAKING THROUGH AND ACCELERATING OPPORTUNITY
Since 2004, the Breaking Through Initiative (BT) has pioneered and demonstrated that by focusing on four (4) key strategies, community colleges across the country are able to move academically underprepared adults into postsecondary occupational and technical career programs. NCWE and its partner, Jobs for the Future (JFF), have provided funding and technical support to colleges for this initiative. Breaking Through reports provide NCWE members promising practices for replication.