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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.
The SEED Center offers:

The New Workforce Professionals Academy

The Academy was created to advance knowledge and skill development for community college workforce education professionals who are relatively new to the field of workforce education. Through peer learning, mentoring and a network of professional colleagues, the Academy increases the knowledge base and leadership skills of new workforce professionals helping them attain the knowledge and skills to achieve success and advance more quickly as future leaders.
The Academy curriculum focuses on areas such as: partnership building within and outside of the college; communication, collaboration, challenges and barriers; workforce program funding; employer engagement; data and data analytics; program design and program review; credit and noncredit workforce programming; and goal setting and measurements of effectiveness. This year-long professional development program was designed by, and is delivered by, workforce education professionals who have extensive leadership experience in higher education and with community-based organizations.

Workforce Solutions
Over the past fifteen years, The National Council for Workforce Education has developed partnerships with other organizations to support workforce development initiatives across the country. These partnerships create opportunities for members to participate in national initiatives. Through Technical Assistance and Consulting Services, NCWE can assist colleges and their partners with a wide array of services designed to maximize the effectiveness of education and workforce training programs and implement innovative designs that lead to improved outcomes and learner success.
The NCWE Team has expertise in: program development and review, career pathways integrated pathways, employer engagement strategies, developing and sustaining partnerships, apprenticeship, aligning programs with real-time labor market data, and an array of other topics germane to improving workforce education and training. Believing in the power of peer learning, the NCWE TA Team is also skilled at designing efficient, powerful peer learning convenings and delivering workshops based on best practices in workforce education.

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Career Opportunities
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