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Small Biz Insider: Advice for 2020 Graduates, Houston's Newest Entrepreneurs

Houston-area colleges and universities graduate more than 100,000 students each year. But 2020 is an especially challenging year for these new graduates, including those who aspire to start their own…

Education & Workforce Council: Aldine ISD Battles COVID-19 to Continue Educating

What’s it like running the state’s 9th largest school district during a pandemic? And how does that district, with an overwhelming number of underprivileged students, continue to support those…

Virtual Internships, Micro-Internships Create Crosswalks from Classroom to Career Remotely

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way businesses operate including the type of work that can be done, the methods by which it can be done and, in many cases, the locations of where it can be done…

Tapping Into Hidden Talent By Recognizing Soft and Other Skills

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the disruption of entire industries along with the way work can be done. And as technology and other forces reshape the nature of work, recognizing soft and…

Report: Middle Skills Matter to Greater Houston

A new labor market report underscores the long-term and critical role of middle-skill occupations in positioning the Houston region to be competitive in the 21st century and creating economic…

Public Education Committee Hosts Panel of Educators

On January 24, the Partnership's Public Education Advisory Committee, chaired by Andy Waite, Co-President, SCF Partners, hosted a panel discussion featuring public educators in Houston. Sarah Tredway…
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