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The Employment and Training Administration’s 2030 Vision Convening illustrated how and why the workforce system is the “team that will change America.”
Second Chance Month provides an opportunity to highlight the barriers people face in finding work after incarceration – and the benefits of the programs that help them overcome those challenges.
Meet Ron Vargas, a federal project officer who helps make sure that workers have access to the education and training they need for family-sustaining careers.
We sat down to interview Jamaine “G” Gibson and Lisa Vickery about their experiences with Joint Workforce Investment.
We recently spoke to Gomol, a graduate of STRIVE Future Leaders at Café Reconcile in New Orleans, on his experience becoming a professional chef.
Our workforce system can be a valuable partner in developing good jobs – and our new guidance can help them do so.
A look at how we're working diligently to ensure that equity is a central part of federal infrastructure investments.
This summer, the Department of Labor joined the Biden-Harris administration's Talent Pipeline Challenge.
This year’s National Apprenticeship Week, Nov. 14-20, was the biggest one yet. Secretary Walsh shares some highlights.
We spoke with Brianna, a graduate of the STRIVE Future Leaders program in New Orleans, on meeting her personal and professional goals.