March 30, 2020 by Nadine Ono

Growing California’s health workforce gains added priority and new partnerships

Nonprofit aimed at closing allied health care worker gap finds new partners in California Read More »

California Cradle-to-Career Collaborative pivots to COVID-19 Response
March 26, 2020 by John Guenther

California Cradle-to-Career Collaborative pivots to COVID-19 Response

Coalition will turn to solving how to continue vital services for families and students Read More »

Coronavirus Impact Highlights Need for Expanded Broadband in California
March 12, 2020 by Ed Coghlan

Coronavirus Impact Highlights Need for Expanded Broadband in California

Unconnected Californians face difficult choices as schools go online only Read More »

California training partnership could solidify a workforce ready for construction
March 12, 2020 by Nadine Ono

California training partnership could solidify a workforce ready for construction

San Bernardino Community College District pilot is part of program to close industry workforce gap, like needed ready-mix drivers Read More »

Will we have enough health care workers to care for our aging population?
March 11, 2020 by Van Ton-Quinlivan

Will we have enough health care workers to care for our aging population?

California will need almost 450,000 new workers in the "hidden health care workforce" through 2024 Read More »

Mass Timber Building Competition Showcases Cross-Cutting Benefits of Innovative Wood Products
March 04, 2020 by Deb Kollars

Mass Timber Building Competition Showcases Cross-Cutting Benefits of Innovative Wood Products

Healthier forests and fewer wildfires touted as upsides to building an advanced wood building industry Read More »

New study highlights critical options for achieving California’s carbon neutrality goal
February 13, 2020 by Deb Kollars

New study highlights critical options for achieving California’s carbon neutrality goal

Restoring natural lands and converting biomass showcased as cost-effective ways to hit 2045 target Read More »

California needs to broaden the housing debate after latest SB 50 defeat
February 07, 2020 by Micah Weinberg

California needs to broaden the housing debate after latest SB 50 defeat

Expanding the land supply for housing and cutting development costs are key to affordability Read More »

UNITE-LA’s Alma Salazar Earns National Recognition for Workforce Efforts
February 05, 2020 by Ed Coghlan

UNITE-LA’s Alma Salazar Earns National Recognition for Workforce Efforts

Long-time Summit partner and champion of improving California’s workforce preparation policies wins national skills award Read More »

Protecting California’s Water Assets: State Releases New Water Resilience Portfolio
January 21, 2020 by Deb Kollars

Protecting California’s Water Assets: State Releases New Water Resilience Portfolio

100 actions to ensure long-term water resilience detailed in new plan Read More »

Newsom Budget Advances Summit Priorities and Approaches to Challenges
January 16, 2020 by John Guenther

Newsom Budget Advances Summit Priorities and Approaches to Challenges

Funds supporting a regions-up approach to solving problems aligns with CA Fwd and Summit priorities Read More »

California’s North State Region Eyes Housing and Workforce Solutions
January 13, 2020 by Ed Coghlan

California’s North State Region Eyes Housing and Workforce Solutions

Forecast: Continued growth in area will require recovering lost housing stock and building more to match needs Read More »

New nonprofit to focus $130 million on solving California’s health care worker shortage
January 09, 2020 by Nadine Ono

New nonprofit to focus $130 million on solving California’s health care worker shortage

Van Ton-Quinlivan Named Inaugural CEO Read More »

WATCH: What makes the Summit so important to California?
December 30, 2019 by John Guenther

WATCH: What makes the Summit so important to California?

We asked leaders why the Summit is a different type of space for solving problems and connecting with like-minded Californians Read More »

Report: Aligning L.A.’s available middle-skill jobs and worker skills a must
December 19, 2019 by Ed Coghlan

Report: Aligning L.A.’s available middle-skill jobs and worker skills a must

Region’s community colleges to play key role in filling more than 200,000 job openings Read More »

VIDEO: California’s community colleges invest in e-commerce skills and work-based programs
December 18, 2019 by Ed Coghlan

VIDEO: California’s community colleges invest in e-commerce skills and work-based programs

System’s workforce development leader aims to increase apprenticeships and entrepreneurial skill training Read More »

2019 Summit video recap: Capturing the energy of the largest Summit so far
November 25, 2019 by John Guenther

2019 Summit video recap: Capturing the energy of the largest Summit so far

Eighth annual gathering brought hundreds to Fresno, capping a year of highlighting the assets and challenges of inland California economies Read More »

Summit and partners urge California to adopt broadband action policy
November 22, 2019 by Deb Kollars

Summit and partners urge California to adopt broadband action policy

Recommendations to Governor encourage a clear directive to prioritize high-speed internet across all regions Read More »

California’s working landscape makes $333-billion impact on state economy
November 20, 2019 by Nadine Ono

California’s working landscape makes $333-billion impact on state economy

Industries related to agriculture and natural resources employ 1.5 million in California Read More »

2019 California Economic Summit Bolsters Commitment to Propel Inland Economic Growth and the CA Dream
November 08, 2019 by CA Fwd

2019 California Economic Summit Bolsters Commitment to Propel Inland Economic Growth and the CA Dream

Largest Summit ever featured Governor Newsom; state higher-education leaders; and discussions on workforce, education, housing, infrastructure, and forest resiliency Read More »

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