Middle-Skill Credentials and Immigrant Workers: Texas’ Untapped Assets

Middle-Skill Credentials and Immigrant Workers: Arkansas’ Untapped Assets

Skills for Good Jobs Agenda

An Agenda for the Next President

What Do WIOA Regulations Mean for Immigrants? A Practical Overview

In this webinar, get a practical overview of what these regulatory changes mean for immigrant adult learners and workers.

Middle-Skill Credentials and Immigrant Workers: California’s Untapped Assets

Middle-Skill Credentials and Immigrant Workers: Arizona’s Untapped Assets

Upskilling the New American Workforce

In the Meantime: How to Support Immigrant Skill Building While Waiting for Federal Action on Immigration

Skills Now, Not Later: Immigrant-Serving Organizations Weigh In

Findings from a recent survey of 200 immigrant-serving organizations reveal important gaps in immigrant workers’ access to adult education and workforce services.

WIOA Title II & Immigrant Workers

Presentation to the AFL-CIO Workfer Center Advisory Council Workforce Development Workshop on WIOA Title II and immigrant workers.

Comments on the WIOA Notices of Proposed Rulemaking Relating to Immigrants and Limited English Proficient Individuals

The following comments focus on areas in which more can be done through the WIOA rulemaking and guidance processes to address issues facing immigrant and Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals.

WIOA: An Opportunity to Better Serve Immigrant Professionals?

In a webinar hosted by IMPRINT, Senior Policy Analyst Amanda Bergson-Shilcock presented on federal requirements and local opportunities for innovation under WIOA.

WIOA & Career Pathways: Promise & Pitfalls

Senior policy analyst Amanda Bergson-Shilcock gave a presentation to National Council of La Raza affiliates on career pathways in WIOA.

Missing in Action: Job-Driven Educational Pathways for Unauthorized Youth and Adults

This report highlights the gaps and opportunities presented by federal policy initiatives such as the DREAM Act and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Analysis of White House National Job-Driven Action Plan

NSC releases analysis of the White House’s job-driven training action plan following Vice President Biden’s review of federal job-training programs.

New American Success Act Letter of Support | June 2014

The Role of Immigrant Integration in Meeting Our Skilled Workforce Needs

State-by-State Tuition Equity, State Educational Entity Adult Education Funding, and Immigrant Population

Webinar Slides: A Skills Strategy within CIR

Slides from a webinar with national experts in immigrant integration, adult education and workforce development for a conversation about the vital importance of an integrated, comprehensive skills strategy within comprehensive immigration reform (CIR)

A Skills Strategy within Comprehensive Immigration Reform

NSC is joined by national experts in immigrant integration, adult education and workforce development for a conversation about the vital importance of an integrated, comprehensive skills strategy within comprehensive immigration reform (CIR).

Comprehensive Immigration Reform: A Proposal for a Skills Strategy that Supports Economic Growth and Opportunity

This report proposes a skills strategy that would dramatically increase the amount and impact of resources available for skills training for immigrant and native-born workers.