Workforce Development / College & Career Readiness Regional C to C Alliance Launch on June 3 at PSECU’s Corporate HQ in Harrisburg
Enola, May 18, 2019: The Partnership for Career Development (PCD) has announced that following a yearlong steering committee and years in development, they will be holding a Cradle to Career (C to C) Alliance launch meeting for business/industry, post-secondary and community leaders. This meeting will be geared towards those that are dedicated to developing the future workforce through College & Career Readiness (CCR) efforts from Pre-K through HS Graduation. The launch will be held on June 3 at longtime partner PSECU’s Headquarters in Harrisburg.
Seats are limited to those who are ready to put plans into action through a regional eight-county collaboration and sharing of best practices. PCD is looking for leaders who recognize the urgent need for this effort and are ready for change.
Representatives and leaders from SCPa Works (previously known as the SCWIB), the Capital Area Intermediate Unit (CAIU), regional school district superintendents, chambers of commerce, economic development organizations and state associations have been working on the steering committee and will be in attendance.
Leaders from: Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry, N. York, Lebanon, Adams, Franklin, Juniata, are invited and encouraged to attend.
PCD is a part of the South Central Workforce Development Board that is solely dedicated to developing Business-Education Partnerships (BEP) for CCR efforts. PCD a non-profit 501c-3 intermediary organization. It’s nearly 25-year-old history has been dedicated to providing college and career readiness and emerging workforce development opportunities for educators and students by developing and fostering partnerships between businesses, community and all levels of education. These efforts help students with career awareness, exploration, and experiences that strive to align with the workforce needs of the region.