In order to create a dynamic workforce, we must foster a stronger and more accessible pre-K through higher education systems and workforce development programs.
- Ensure the inclusion of the Chamber’s $1.5 million job training within the FY22 General Revenue Fund budget.
- Support policies that increase collaboration between our educational institutions and employers to develop apprenticeships and other training programs that meet the specific needs of employers.
- Support policies that expand college and career pathway endorsement systems to give high school graduates an early start in key industry areas.
- Support the continued inclusion of for-profit universities in the State’s Monetary Assistance Program.
- Support legislation to establish workforce development grant program for the State’s film industry.