Mission and Services


To develop career pathway and recruitment programs in sustainability, economic development, and innovative industries that will connect the next generation to community and global initiatives. WCRC will heavily target youth/young adults and manage projects through public/private collaborations.

targeted initiatives for career pathway projects: globally innovative, local sustainability (environmental, economical, and cultural), and economic development 
public/private partnerships: targeted industries, governmental entities, youth/young adult-based institutions, non-profit, community programs
An independent consultant and conTRACTOr


Breakdown of Services:

Public-Private Sector Liaison 

  • Serve as a liaison between industries and public, non-profit, or private organizations that serve youth and young adults to develop career pathway projects

    • Hands on activities, educational programs, and workshops

  • Develop recruitment strategies for career programs that match young professionals and youth with employment and internship opportunities

  • Develop recruitment strategies that match underrepresented young professionals or interns with neighborhood, downtown, and other development project opportunities

    • Increase sponsorships and participations of seasoned professionals for these initiatives

  • Work with clients to incorporate evaluation tools, secure grants and other funding sources for these projects

Policy Advisor

  • Contribute research to policy institutes on subjects that align with mission and services

  • Advise public policy clients on initiatives that align with mission and services

Five Reasons Why is WCRC Unique?

  • Understand distinctive needs and maintain long-term relationships with public, private, and policy stakeholders that will produce diverse collaboration 

  • Knowledgeable about aligning K-16 institution, community, and targeted industry partners with work-based tools to produce innovative skills that will promote economic growth

  • Regularly research and adapt to any changing trends in targeted industries, workforce, stakeholders’ needs, and public policies that will impact future projects

  • Heavily target career pathway initiatives for participants between the ages of 8-26 

  • Results driven who will continue to measure success of projects for clients

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