This week’s events include:
- On Tuesday, June 23rd Associated Black Charities will be hosting the webinar SOS: Supporting Black and Non-Black Workers of Color in the Age of COVID-19. Click here to learn more and register.
- The key findings of the 2020 Kessler Foundation National Employment and Disability Survey: Recent College Graduates show that recent college graduates with disabilities engaged in career preparation activities during college and transitioned to post-college employment as successfully as recent college graduates without disabilities. Click here for the Executive Summary or register for a June 24th webinar to learn more.
- Also Wednesday June 24th, the Strada Education Network will host Reskilling and Changing Careers in the Midst of COVID-19. Over the last two months, Strada has surveyed more than 11,000 Americans to gain first-hand insight into the impact of the pandemic on individuals' lives, work, and education. Click here to learn more and register.
- On Thursday, June 25th researchers at the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Cleveland will be sharing information from their new Occupational Mobility Report. Click here to register for their Exploring a Skills-based Approach to Occupational Mobility
Finally, don’t forget to mark your calendars: Next Tuesday, June 30th Workforce Matters will be hosting the third webinar in our remote working and learning series, Approaches to Virtual Work-based Learning and CTE: Practices and Considerations. Click here to learn more and register.
For an extended list of additional events as well as a regularly-updated list of new reports and other resources, visit the COVID-19 response hub on our website at https://workforce-matters.org/covid-19-ensuring-an-equitable-response-and-recovery/