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NCWE E-Newsletter - February 2020
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The National Council for Workforce Education

WORKPLACE E-NEWS

February 2020

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Oh, Say Can You Succeed: Keys To A New Age in Workforce Development
October 7-8, 2020
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor

Proposals are Due March 27, 2019 4:00pm EDT

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


NCWE BOARD MEMBER BLOGS – FEATURED POST
Education and Employment Outcomes Research: Calculating Impact
  Paula Nissen, Workforce Preparation/Education Consultant
  Iowa Department of Education

Iowa’s Community College Program Outcomes studies employment outcomes gained through community college training for both credit and non-credit programming. The reports produced document the educational and employment outcomes of community college students enrolled in credit and non-credit programs, as well as students who left Iowa community colleges without completing a program..…. Click Here to Read More

Photo Courtesy of Eastern Iowa Community College


UPDATE - THE NEW WORKFORCE PROFESSIONALS ACADEMY

The New Workforce Professionals Academy (NWPA) will visit Salt Lake Community College on February 27-28. This is the second phase of Academy training and the first site visit to a “flagship college.” The training at SLCC will focus on competency-based education, credit CTE programs, partnerships between noncredit and credit, business and industry partnerships, and accreditation. 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 NONCREDIT PROMISING PRACTICE
Skilling Up Inmates for High Demand Jobs
Ivy Tech Community College - Madison, IN

To answer the need for a skilled workforce, IN's governor launched the Next Level Jobs Initiative to skill up Indiana’s prison inmates for high-wage, high-demand jobs. Ivy Tech - Madison, in strong collaboration with local adult education providers and local employers, developed a welding program for female inmates from the Madison Correctional Unit. This project has been replicated by 6 additional Ivy Tech campuses, upskilling over 600 Hoosier inmates….

Click Here to Read More

Photo Courtesy of Alex Slitz Photography


FEATURED CREDIT PROMISING PRACTICE
Highline College and Port Jobs Airport University
Highline College, WA

Highline College and Port Jobs worked collaboratively to implement Airport University (AU), a unique employer-driven, credit workforce development program located onsite at Sea-Tac International Airport. The AU partnership brings free credit-bearing college classes to airport employees at their workplace, helping them build the education and skills needed to advance in high demand, family sustaining jobs in aviation, transportation, hospitality and security.….

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MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR NCWE MEMBERSHIP
Managing Your Membership and Invoices

Accessing your membership page and managing your invoices online (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”
  • Watch three 3 videos that we have created to help. Each video is less than 3 minutes in length. Watch the videos

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


This edition of Workplace is sponsored by ETS

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