Over the last three years, we have made significant strides in each of our Integration Initiative cities to transform stuck or stifled workforce systems to truly meet the needs of low-income people.
Partners for a Competitive Workforce in Cincinnati is a fascinating and ambitious cross-sector partnership focused on meeting employer demand by growing the skills of the current and future workforce…
We live during a time of rapid change, and we need to develop a culture of continuous learning such that people do not wake up, as they did in 2008, to find that their training and skills are suddenl…
An Interview with Jose Corona from Inner City Advisors and Sean Murphy from Fund Good Jobs about how to scale the companies’ business and generate good local jobs.
Today a number of partnerships and networks across the country are reimaging the ways we expand economic opportunity across families, cities, and regions.
An Interview with Jose Corona from Inner City Advisors and Sean Murphy from Fund Good Jobs about the mismatch between workforce development and job creation efforts.
An Interview with Jose Corona from Inner City Advisors and Sean Murphy from Fund Good Jobs about the shortfalls of current workforce development funding and how to disrupt the status quo.
Major demographic shifts in the U.S. population point to two key themes that have the potential to frame city revitalization efforts.
We are thrilled to launch “ The Network Effect: The Living Cities Perspective in 2012.
Living Cities joins a philanthropic alliance to invest in young men of color as assets for America's future
Inner City Advisors has developed an equity-driven growth model for businesses that is creating economic and social value in low-income communities.
Data is central to the most effective collective impact initiatives across the country.
What will it take to link the billions of federal dollars used for transportation investments to domestic job creation?
Video: UpLift helps food businesses, government agencies, and nonprofits open sustainable full-service grocery stores in low-income neighborhoods.
As efforts to bring healthy food retail to low-income communities grow, we need to also focus on maximizing the additional social and economic impact of the food system.
The complex challenges facing low-income communities in cities - such as failing education systems - require us to find new ways of working. Part of this new way is through the use of data.