Conference Session

Local Investment in the Workforce

Jun. 11, 2021 , 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Conference Session

    Local Investment in the Workforce

    As America’s workforce needs evolve, county governments are tasked with ensuring their communities adapt and that residents are prepared for jobs offered by local employers. Counties face many diverse challenges related to work in 2021, many of which require partnerships with the federal government and the private sector to ensure both worker and employer needs are met. This session will explore how counties can leverage valuable partnerships as well as funds allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act toward investing in local workforce.
    Local Investment in the Workforce
    June 11, 2021
    June 11, 2021, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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    Local Investment in the Workforce

    As America’s workforce needs evolve, county governments are tasked with ensuring their communities adapt and that residents are prepared for jobs offered by local employers. Counties face many diverse challenges related to work in 2021, many of which require partnerships with the federal government and the private sector to ensure both worker and employer needs are met. This session will explore how counties can leverage valuable partnerships as well as funds allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act toward investing in local workforce.

    As America’s workforce needs evolve, county governments are tasked with ensuring their communities adapt and that residents are prepared for jobs offered by local employers. Counties face many diverse challenges related to work in 2021, many of which require partnerships with the federal government and the private sector to ensure both worker and employer needs are met. This session will explore how counties can leverage valuable partnerships as well as funds allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act toward investing in local workforce.
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As America’s workforce needs evolve, county governments are tasked with ensuring their communities adapt and that residents are prepared for jobs offered by local employers. Counties face many diverse challenges related to work in 2021, many of which require partnerships with the federal government and the private sector to ensure both worker and employer needs are met. This session will explore how counties can leverage valuable partnerships as well as funds allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act toward investing in local workforce.

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    Economic Mobility Leadership Network

    The Economic Mobility Leadership Network (EMLN) is a NACo cohort of county leaders that facilitates and incubates county-specific discussion and problem-solving on issues of economic mobility and helps county leaders identify and assess their current barriers to mobility and share scalable and transferable programs across the country.
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    Community, Economic & Workforce Development Steering Committee

    Responsible for all matters pertaining to housing, community and economic development, public works, and workforce development including the creation of affordable housing and housing options for different populations, residential, commercial, and industrial development, and building and housing codes.
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    <p>Responsible for all matters pertaining to housing, community and economic development, public works, and workforce development including the creation of affordable housing and housing options for different populations, residential,