LAist (KPCC) wrote about workers transitioning to well-paying careers by utilizing the community college system, citing the workers in essential industries report published by Center for a Competitive Workforce (CCW). …
This quarterly meeting of LAEDC’s Digital Media & Entertainment Industry Council featured a keynote presentation by Larry Laboe, Co-founder and Executive Director, New Filmmakers Los Angeles.
The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the critical importance of essential workers. LAEDC analyzes the occupations, trends, wages, and equity issues in our essential industries
At this week’s California Economic Summit, LAEDC’s Jessica Ku Kim is leading statewide collaboration with other EDCs and workforce development stakeholders to develop a prototype for regional employer engagement to connect talent development systems with employers throughout the state.
Talent pipelines and diversity were discussed at the e4 meeting Nov 12th, on the topic of Cool Jobs in a Hot Industry: Tesla and ZEVs. The meeting’s purpose was to advance equitable access to well-paying jobs
Bioscience activity in LA County is up, with more jobs, more investment, more incubators and infrastructure, and new resources to aid collaboration
Meeting the workforce needs in high-growth industries relies upon continuous collaboration between industry and educators, according to CSUN / LAEDC report
Future Forum: The Future of Entertainment explored ways in which production, content delivery and more have changed in Entertainment
LAEDC’s partnership with the 19 community colleges in the LA Basin continued to deliver results, facilitating industry-education partnerships and work-based learning opportunities, benefitting the very diverse student body attending our…