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The first fully-online state community college will serve “stranded workers”

Community colleges traditionally have served students preparing for transfer to a four-year university, and adult learners who are able to make the commitment to...

Lifelong learning and academics in the age of change

Long gone are the days when you could learn a skill or a trade when you were young, and that training and education would...

Fate of workers in the future of work hangs in the...

It’s happening whether we like it or not — jobs are changing. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is charging full steam ahead and workers are...

Free to Succeed: The Last Mile trains the incarcerated to become...

Formerly incarcerated. It is a title that follows the check mark on the job application question “Have you been convicted of a criminal offense?” The...

Educating from Experience: EnCorps brings STEM pros back to school

Making the jump from science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers into teaching is not as simple as trading in a lab coat for...

Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab is creating the next generation of inventors

The ideas which shape our future technology can come from anywhere. One idea which could help farmers tend their livestock came from the mind of...

The shift is now: Aviation’s race for technicians

The nation relies on thousands of qualified aviation mechanics to keep our planes flying, but a skills gap in this sector is about to...

LAEDC CCW releases its inaugural report on workforce development

The Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation's Center for a Competitive Workforce released its first report on the state of the workforce Tuesday morning at...

The new path to news

Four years of journalism school may as well be an eternity when considering how quickly the media landscape is changing. Internet-based media companies have disrupted...

Help Wanted: Skilled Workers (or ‘Good help is hard to find’)

Businesses continue to say they have six million skilled jobs available, but they don’t have workers with the right skills to fill them. What...

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