ASU+GSV Summit 2022: Jason Tyszko on investing in talent

Thought leaders share ideas with WorkingNation Overheard at the ASU+GSV Summit 2022
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Public-private partnerships are key to financing and investing in talent, according to Jason Tyszko, vice president of Center for Education and Workforce, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

WorkingNation sat down with Tyszko at the ASU+GSV Summit in San Diego.

He explains a Chamber initiative. “In Talent Finance, we’re really looking at a new social contract, one where workers and learners have skin in the game as well as employers, government, and other parties.”

Tyszko says, “We all have skin in the game already. Um, but some are disproportionately taking on the risk more than others. For example, we expect a lot of learners and workers in terms of taking on additional debt in order to access these opportunities. We believe there’s a better way. And we think employers in the private sector could be a big part of the solution.”

Learn more about the Center for Education and Workforce, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Learn more about Talent Finance.

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