ETS has partnered with the ASPIRA Association to encourage private-sector companies to offer scholarships and internships to identify and prepare talented Hispanic college students for future workforce needs.
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and its business members have taken a leadership role in helping Los Angeles citizens gain access to higher education.
In Louisville, Kentucky, education, workforce development, and economic competitiveness have become interchangeable.
On July 28th and 29th 2011, Microsoft is convening educators from across the country for their Innovative Education Forum (IEF) to showcase the best and brightest programs and systems that have had demonstrable success helping students learn 21st century skills.
Greater Louisville, Inc., Louisville’s regional chamber of commerce, is a vocal supporter of education reform in the region. The chamber is a founding member of 55,000 Degrees, an initiative intended to support the Greater Louisville Education Commitment to vastly improve education achievement in Kentucky.