Creating a Highly Skilled and Diverse Workforce
Companies need to develop a skilled and diverse workforce, but many struggle with accessing well-prepared talent. Forward-thinking companies including Capital One, Verizon, Lenovo, Marriott, Optum, and others do this by engaging employees and high school students. Employees host job shadows, worksite tours, mock interviews, and paid internships in order to expose underserved students to a wide variety of careers. The problem? There’s a disconnect between the education and business worlds and not many companies know how to best approach building their talent pipeline in high school. Learn effective strategies for improving and scaling your talent acquisition efforts and inspiring all employees in your company to make a positive impact on their communities.
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- Learn new strategies for cultivating future talent in order to create opportunities in underserved communities and strengthen your business.
- Feel prepared with tools and resources to inspire co-workers and employees to build their future talent pipeline.
- Learn how to raise your company’s profile by showing an impactful investment in high school students.
- JD Hoye, President, NAF
Caroline Mosley, Director, Marketing, NAF