Brian Keith, Ph.D., Dean, Biomedical Studies, The Wistar Institute, details development opportunities available to Philadelphia residents interested in biotechnology and looking to expand and strengthen their skills.
Our programming and partners can help you diversify your workforce, recruit nontraditional workers, onboard interns, and more.
Malik Brown, Executive Director, Graduate! Philadelphia, describes why it makes good business sense to support employees who go back to school to complete their college degrees.
McCarthy, Cross Center Services Manager, Educational Data Systems, Inc., shares tips to increase employee engagement and better your company culture.
Pamela Haines of First Up elaborates on the new, first-in-the-country, registered apprenticeship program for childcare workers and how businesses can play an important role in propelling high-quality childcare.
The Chamber invests in our region's future workforce, through community engagement programs such as Read to Me, Future Ready, and WorkReady.
Timothy Smith, Manager of Employment Services, Philadelphia Works, Inc. details resources employers should leverage to upskill and reskill their workers.
In light of the imminent closure of both Hahnemann University Hospital and Philadelphia Energy Solutions’ (PES) refinery in South Philadelphia, Philadelphia Works, Inc. and the City of Philadelphia are working to identify all available resources from our local workforce system in order to mitigate the impact for laid-off employees.
Senior executives and young professionals are invited to apply for this cross-industry mentorship program.
Julia Thompson-Calio, HR Manager, Baker Tilly, details a creative talent retention strategy that businesses can easily implement.