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By The Numbers

SUPPORTING INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS

89

The National Fund supported 89 industry partnerships in 2018 to improve business and workforce systems and make jobs better.

ACTIVATING EMPLOYERS

 

2,311

The National Fund network activated over 2,300 employers to implement demand-driven workforce solutions in 2018.

CO-INVESTING IN COMMUNITIES

 

$384m

Since 2007, the National Fund has catalyzed $384 million in co-investment from over 800 local and national funders.

REGIONAL COLLABORATIVES

32

The National Fund is proud to support 32 regional funding collaboratives located across the country. Regional collaboratives bring together diverse partners to tackle workforce challenges and build stronger communities.

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Amanda Cage, previously of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, will lead the organization’s work around good jobs, economic stability for all, and frontline worker advancement. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National…

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Co-Invest for Impact: A Pivotal Model for Workforce Success

2.21.20  •  by National Fund for Workforce Solutions  •  

At the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, we catalyze our network to co-invest in a set of integrated solutions that enable workers, employers, and communities to advance a skilled workforce,…

To Drive Change for Workers, Pull the Levers of Capitalism

2.11.20  •  by Josh Enoch  •  , ,

The Issue We are in the midst of the longest period of economic expansion in U.S. history. Profits are up, the stock market is up, job creation is steady, and…

Overheard in Davos: The Right Message, But Now Let’s See Some Action

1.29.20  •  by National Fund for Workforce Solutions  •  

At the National Fund, we have been following with great interest, the growing conversation around growing income inequality and the need to reform or “reboot” capitalism. We would welcome the…

360 Degree Choice of Direction

1.23.20  •  by National Fund for Workforce Solutions  •  ,

From the top floor of Hotel Revival, I marveled at a sunny 360-degree view of Baltimore. Directly south along the water I could see Port Covington, a former industrial area…