90 percent of the 2016 junior class earned a National Career Readiness Certificate based on WorkKeys testing, according to district figures.
Chad Steinmetz was a little taken aback by how challenging he found the math portion of the state’s ACT WorkKeys assessment required for junior high school students. To become more familiar with the exam, the math-teacher-turned-principal of Bloomer High School took the sample test as part of the first-ever WorkKeys conference held at Chippewa Vall
AA Horry County, S.C. (WPDE) — Right now, South Carolina is ahead of the curve when it comes to helping people find jobs. It's all thanks, in part, to a combination of Work Ready community and a work keys program.
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Shawnee County on Thursday allocated $970,685 for TARC, which provides adult and senior care services, case management, employment services ...
Lew Ebert, president and CEO of the North Carolina Chamber Foundation presented Chairman James Mallory of the Iredell County Board of Commissioners the NC Works Certified Work Ready Community certificate. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/community/lake-norman-mooresville/article130851944.html#storylink=cpy
Chairman Pat Dillon kicked off the discussion with an overview of the priority selection process, while Cheri Tune, Director of Certified Work Ready Communities and Steve Johnston, Director of the Community Alliance of St. Joseph provided information on the State’s Certified Work Ready Communities initiative.
Staff members from the University of Arkansas at Monticello, including Tawana Jones-Greene, executive director of admissions and enrollment management, Dorissa Kaufman, director of adult education at the UAM College of Technology-McGehee, and Denisa Pennington, grant manager for the Workforce Alliance of Southeast Arkansas at the UAM College of Tec