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Workplace E-Newsletter - February 2019

The National Council for Workforce Education

WORKPLACE E-NEWS

February 2019

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Mission Possible: Preparing a Future-Ready Workforce
October 8-9, 2019
Grand Hyatt – San Antonio, Texas

Proposals are Due April 5, 2019 4:00pm EDT

♦ Click Here to Submit Proposal
♦ Learn More About the Conference

NOTE THE CONFERENCE DATES AND DAYS – TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

NCWE BOARD MEMBER BLOGS – FEATURED POST
Supporting Small Business is Our Business
  Tere Wisell, Vice President Workforce Development and
    Community Education
  Westchester Community College, NY

Small businesses are the backbone of the US economy and provide the bulk of the net new private-sector jobs according to the Small Business Administration. As a leader in workforce development within our county, WCC plays a key role in contributing to the vitality and growth of our local communities. We remain committed to facilitating growth for start-ups and local businesses that strive to successfully navigate through the growth phase…. Click Here to Read More


The SEED Center

NCWE is pleased to partner with Bellevue College to facilitate and accomplish the goals of the SEED Center. The SEED Center (Sustainability Education and Economic Development) is a national resource center for community colleges for sustainability and clean energy workforce development. The SEED Center aims to advance sustainability and clean technology education programs at community colleges by sharing innovative practices to help college faculty, administrators, staff, and students build the green economy.

Click Here to Learn More about SEED

Photo Courtesy of Westchester Community College


UPDATE - THE NEW WORKFORCE PROFESSIONALS ACADEMY

The New Workforce Professionals Academy (NWPA) will visit Baton Rouge Community College on February 21-22. This is the second phase of Academy training and the first site visit to a “flagship college.” The training at BRCC will focus on noncredit workforce training, partnerships between noncredit and credit, business and industry partnerships, partnership development, and actively engaging employers. Emsi (NCWE Platinum Sponsor) will present training on utilizing labor market data tools in decision-making and using Emsi tools to support students in career development.


FEATURED CREDIT PROMISING PRACTICE
Construction Framing Assistant Workforce Program
Salt Lake Community College, UT

The Construction Framing Assistant Workforce Training program was a project that emerged from an industry demand for skilled workers coupled with the community’s desire to design and pilot an approach to serve unemployed persons who are homeless in Salt Lake City. . This project brought the expertise of many stakeholders together in order to address a number of critical community issues. ….

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FEATURED CREDIT PROMISING PRACTICE
Supply Chain Management/Logistics Program
Ivy Tech Community College, IN

Ivy Tech’s Supply Chain Management/Logistics program prepares students to enter the workforce with the skills demanded to meet critical Indiana workforce needs. The program addresses the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, analysis, and finished goods. Students are able to study and become familiar with the high tech information systems used to track goods and increase efficiencies..….

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MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR NCWE MEMBERSHIP
Managing Your Membership and Invoices
Accessing your membership page and your invoices (printing past invoices and/or paying current invoices) is quite easy!

  • Login to the NCWE website
  • Near the bottom of the page, in the box on the right side, choose “Manage Profile”
  • Under “Invoicing, Payment and History” click on “Invoices” to view, pay and print your invoices
  • Under “Invoicing, Payment and History” click on “Membership” to manage your membership

If you have forgotten your login or password, please contact Darlene Miller at executivedirector@ncwe.org


This edition of Workplace is sponsored by Emsi

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