Mission and Services

Mission:

Develop career pathways in innovative sustainability, economic development, and STEAM initiatives for underserved youth and young adults. Manage operations through public – private sector collaborations.

targeted initiatives for career pathways: hands-on STEAM activities, local sustainability (environmental, economical, and cultural), and economic development projects
public/private partnerships: targeted industries, governmental public 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 targeted public and private clients in developing career pathway projects

    • Work-based learning projects for youth and young adult-based STEAM programs and job sites

    • Corporate and governmental sponsored programs, community grant funded projects

  • 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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