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Kicking off @NYCETC_org’s executive luncheon with a conversation between @NYCEDC’s @jbpatchett & @NYCMayorsOffice @VickiBeen, moderated by @TheHOPEProgram’s @jendawnmitchell. #NYCETCconference2019 #futureofworkers #NYC

Theme of the Day: How do we strategically apply workforce development to assist vulnerable, marginalized and underserved communities?”

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Seeing panels of women who are promoting and advancing the policy and initiatives around workforce development in New York City is refreshing & empowering!

The future of work is diverse, inclusive, and it’s intentionally collaborating with nonprofits!
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The headwinds are real and the headwinds are structural. Our work will be upended if we don’t use our voice to address structural issues. @iamwesmoore @nycetc_org #NYCETCconference2019

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The New York City Employment and Training Coalition (NYCETC) supports the workforce & economic development community to ensure that every New Yorker has access to the skills, training & education needed to thrive in the local economy, and that every business is able to maintain a highly skilled workforce.

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Ensure that every New Yorker gains the skills needed to earn a meaningful income.

Market-Driven Talent Development

Build strong ties with the business community to invest in employment pathways that grow a diverse & expanded workforce in the innovation economy.

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