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Models for Labor Market Intermediaries

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

A new ebook from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta explores the role of community and economic development organizations in workforce development and the importance of fostering and facilitating partnerships to address local workforce challenges.

This ebook contains case studies highlighting local and regional efforts across the United States. Chapters describe practices within governmental intermediaries or on entities outside of government, including universities, not-for-profit organizations, industry associations, businesses, and community and economic development organizations.

Models for Labor Market Intermediaries is a companion to the 2015 book, Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies for the 21st Century, which was published by the Atlanta Fed in partnership with the Kansas City Fed and the Heldrich Center.

Click to download the ebook in PDF.

To read the ebook on a Mac computer or device, click to open the ebook in iBooks.

To read the ebook on a Kindle or in the Kindle app, click to download this file, and then email it to your Kindle account. It will then appear in your Kindle library.

News Type: 
Announcement
Topic: 
U.S. Labor Market & Industry
Keywords: 
labor market intermediaries