Alignment, Access and Attraction/Retention Report Updates

Human Capital Workgroup initiatives help ensure that employees in key industries have the skills needed to meet the changing needs of businesses.

These public/private partnerships succeed by:


Below are updates designed to measure progress on sectors and programs within the Human Capital Workgroup initiatives.

Alignment

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Life Sciences

Objective: Improve the labor supply in the life sciences sector, growing the human capital necessary to attract and retain companies in the Kansas City region.

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Architecture, Engineering and Technology

Objective: Improve the labor supply in industry sectors of architecture, engineering and technology, growing the human capital necessary to attract and retain companies in the Kansas City region.

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Skilled Trades

Objective: Improve the labor supply in the building trades sector, growing the human capital necessary to attract and retain companies in the Kansas City region.

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Common Sector Competencies

Objective: Clarify skills valued by employers and help teachers, schools and school districts align authentic teaching and learning to the expectations of the workplace.

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Access

KCScholars

Objective: Increase postsecondary attainment in the greater Kansas City metro area by providing scholarships and college completion support to traditional students and adult learners and by supporting college savings starting at 9th grade.

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KCDegrees

Objective: Increase postsecondary attainment in the Greater Kansas City metro area by supporting adults to return to school and earn college degrees or high-quality certifications.

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Attraction/Retention

GatewaysKC

Objective: Attract, retain and integrate immigrants as part of an economic growth strategy.

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Experiential Learning

Objective: Identify a regional strategy to expand the number of and access to experiential learning opportunities.

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