To build a stronger American workforce, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation partners with cities, school systems, corporations, chambers of commerce, trade associations, and others, assisting them in designing effective business-education partnerships, employee recruitment and mentoring programs, workplace flexibility policies, and more. Learn more about our current initiatives, latest news, and policy priorities below:
ICW in partnership with the Families and Work Institute and the Twiga Foundation are conducting a nationwide campaign to demonstrate the value of workplace flexibility as a sound business decision.
The gap between available jobs and available workers with the skills needed in those jobs could grow to 35 million or more in 5 years. Yet, individuals with disabilities remain an untapped resource of potential workers. Learn how to access: information and referrals, technical assistance, public awareness, and training on all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).