Webinar on the White House’s “Talent Pipeline Challenge”
Opportunity for manufacturers to learn more about this initiative from the White House
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The Manufacturing Institute is dedicated to supporting the manufacturing workforce of today and growing the manufacturing workforce of tomorrow. In support of this mission, we are providing an opportunity for employers, training providers and community partners to learn more about the Administration’s workforce initiative that focuses on Broadband, Construction, Electrification (including EV Charging Infrastructure and Battery Manufacturing).
You are invited to attend a webinar briefing on the White House Talent Pipeline Challenge on Tuesday, August 16 at 1 PM ET, hosted by the Manufacturing Institute and featuring White House officials. Register today to learn how your company or organization can take part in this challenge and what resources are available to companies who choose to participate.
About the Talent Pipeline Challenge
The White House Talent Pipeline Challenge is a nationwide call to action for employers, education and training providers, states, local, Tribal, and territorial governments, and philanthropic organizations to make tangible commitments that support equitable workforce development goals to help enable historic infrastructure investments. The Biden-Harris Administration is focused on working with employers in three critical infrastructure sectors: Broadband, Construction, Electrification (including EV Charging Infrastructure and Battery Manufacturing)
The Biden-Harris Administration is focused on three main actions:
- Build – Build new, equitable programs where there is limited training supply and/or new demand (e.g., emerging industries, like batteries and EV charging).
- Scale – Expand existing high quality programs/partnerships (e.g., building trades apprenticeship programs), growing current programs and/or bringing them somewhere new.
- Expand Equitable Pathways – Create or expand equitable pathways to good jobs through pre-apprenticeships and wrap-around supports for those in training programs.
- Harin Contractor, Senior Policy Advisor at the National Economic Council
To learn more about the White House Talent Pipeline Challenge, review the Facts Sheet.