In theory, it makes considerable sense for colleges to partner with community-based nonprofits to help low-income workers gain the skills needed for success in the labor market. In practice, effective partnerships between these organizations are few and far between. The Best of Both examines several of these partnerships in an effort to understand how they should be structured, the potential pitfalls they face and what each side should expect from the other.
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Title: The Best of Both: Community Colleges and Community-Based Organizations Partner to Better Serve Low-Income Workers and Employers
Publication date 2002-01-30
Publication Year 2002
, low income workers
, WIRE net
, colleges and community
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