MC Program Highlighted in New Upcoming Book on Workforce Intermediaries

A team of scholars from the University of North Carolina including the author of the book visited the Career Pathways Services program a few years ago. Our work is discussed as an innovative way to provide skills training to Black and brown young people.
“The book unpacks the connection between institutional bargaining power and skill and features a set of contemporary workforce intermediaries (non-profits and also publicly funded institutions, including community colleges and a school-to-work high school program) that focus their bargaining around skill in order to enhance job quality standards and open job access for workers and job seekers that do not have a college degree.”
–Nichola Lowe