This network brings funders together to learn about and work collaboratively to improve workforce development strategies.
Created in 2006 by the Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation and developed by the banking sector, BankWork$® is an industry-recognized training program that has resulted in nearly 2,000 graduates landing service-related jobs at financial institut
Join us for a discussion about the Lower-Hill development project and specifically the focus on the job creation and workforce development goal to provide opportunities for residents from the Greater Hill District and other minority communities to be employed in the redevelopment of the Lower Hill.
During this session, we’ll hear about the current status of workforce development and projects underway in our region, as well the vision for future development, integration, and implementation of a world-class workforce development system in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
Recent survey results reveal public, bipartisan support for the broad principles outlined in the GND and Millions of Jobs concepts: securing 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030; investing in communities on the frontlines of poverty and pollution; upgrading the nation’s energy grid, buildings, and transportation infrastructure. Join us for a deep dive into these fast-breaking movements and how policy leaders and organizations are collaborating to propel their work for the future.
Join us as we take a look forward look at the coming transformation of work across the Pittsburgh region and discuss its implications for employers, educators and workforce talent.
Join us as we learn how CKPGH works to support and advance a sustainable regional food system that is financially viable, socially responsible, and environmentally sound, one that provides both economic opportunities and food security for our region.
On February 27, 2019, GWP hosted an “Off the Record” discussion with Partner4Work’s new CEO, Earl Buford and their board chair, Mark Latterner. The conversation was moderated by senior program officer at the Richard King Mellon Foundation, Lisa Kuzma. Resources from this session can be found below.