The ACT Work Ready Community program identifies skill gaps, quantifies skill levels of the workforce, and helps educators build career pathways to be customized to the industry’s needs.
The program is a nonprofit effort that seeks to help disadvantaged citizens enter the workforce.
The Blueprint for Prosperity program was created in March 2014 to invest $35.4 million in the Wisconsin Fast Forward program to increase grants given to the Wisconsin Technical College System.
Blugold Beginnings is a program that works to educate and inspire students, especially underrepresented, low income or first generation students, to believe that a post-secondary education is important, attainable, and available at the University of Wisco
Blugold Beginnings offers six engaging summer camps each year to provide students the opportunity to spend a week learning about a topic of interest on the UW-Eau Claire campus.
Career Exploring is a growing program in the Chippewa Valley which aims to help youth learn more about careers that can be pursued in a variety of fields.
Career Tours are held at CVTC for high school students to learn about CVTC as a college.
The Task Force focuses on sharing information and learning best practices about diversity, inclusion and minority business development to improve our workforce.
The Chamber Homecoming Grant seeks to attract and retain college graduates who are originally from Eau Claire by offering a $5,000 grant distributed over a 4-year period.
The Manufacturing Boot Camp helps educate high school students about careers in manufacturing and provide hands-on experiences with manufacturing processes.
The Chippewa Falls School District is implementing community curriculum to strengthen student career preparation.
Cooperative Education at UW- Stout is part of a nationwide university program that integrates career-related work experience with academic coursework