Employer Guide to Adult Education for Work: Transforming Adult Education to Build a Skilled Workforce

April 25, 2016

This guide provides employers with a vision for new, more effective adult education programs, including the key elements to include in order to ensure greater student success, an understanding of the role employers can play in building such a system, best-in-class examples of employer involvement in Adult Education for Work programming, and tools employers can use to assess their training needs and the quality of existing programs and to access training resources. Employers can use these tools as a guide to advocate for programs that better meet their needs.

View the full article by Jobs For The Future for more information on this employer guide to adult education for work.

Northwood University Partnership:
The Michigan Chamber has partnered with Northwood University to help educate future business leaders on Michigan’s business climate. This two-fold partnership offers a $1,000 scholarship for eligible Northwood University students and a free student membership to all enrolled Northwood students. View the Northwood University Partnership webpage for more information.