Systems Change in the National Fund

New cumulative report on how the National Fund and its collaborative partners are improving workforce development systems. 

2015 Annual Meeting

The National Fund hosted its Fifth Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD from June 17-19, 2015. With the goal to "Learn. Share. Partner.", the Annual Meeting convened 450 attendees and 130 employer representatives. 

New Young Adult Report

The National Fund just released Creating Pathways to Employment on the newest findings from the National Fund's Youth/Industry Partnership Initiative.

CareerSTAT: Supporting Frontline Health Care Workers

CareerSTAT is an employer-led movement helping health care organizations invest in and advance their frontline workers. 


Systems Change in the National Fund

Systems Change ReportThe National Fund for Workforce Solutions announces the release of its newest report, Systems Change in the National Fund for Workforce Solutions.

Since its inception, the National Fund has utilized its expertise gained from designing and implementing industry-focused training programs to improve larger workforce development systems. Documenting change achieved across the National Fund network, this report standardizes the National Fund's system's change approach, provides numerous examples of successful instances of systems change, and offers suggestions to others on how to achieve, measure, and document systems change. 

Recap on the National Fund's Fifth Annual Meeting

The 2015 National Fund Annual Meeting took place on June 17-19, 2015 in Baltimore, MD at the Hyatt Regency on the Inner Harbor. It convened more than 450 attendees with over 130 individuals representing employers across the country. For workshop notes, collaborative videos, and event pictures, visit the Fifth Annual Meeting event page. 

Our Impact

As a dynamic national partnership of communities, employers, workers, and philanthropy, the National Fund for Workforce Solutions is broadening its reach and deepening its impact on employers and workers. The National Fund  invests in funder collaboratives in over 36 communities, supporting innovative employer-led industry partnerships, providing demand-driven training, and awarding credentials. Skills gaps are being closed, low-wage Americans have more career opportunities, and local economies are being strengthened. 

Our Funders