Workforce Matters members are cordially invited to a worker center panel and strategy conversation on linking workforce development, grassroots worker power, and racial and economic justice. In this important and evolving nexus for action, worker centers are leading with new and innovative developments, redefining the field of workforce development nationally.
Our colleagues at UCLA Labor Center will be sharing their newest study on California worker centers' successes in creating workforce development models that center the voices of low-wage workers and transform job quality and access.
Kindly register by July 1st. If you have any questions, please contact Ana Luz Gonzalez-Vazquez here.