The silicon valley organization's strive san jose will join 12 other state representatives to participate in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation second cohort of participants in its Talent Pipeline Management Academy, a program supported by a $2.5 million grant from USA Funds.
Talent Pipeline Management (TPM), the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s signature workforce development initiative, is a new way of addressing the nation’s skills gap by positioning employers in a more central role as key customers of postsecondary education and training providers.
The TPM Academy is designed to develop and certify talent supply chain skills and practices in communities that are ready and willing to take action in closing the skills gap. Participants will meet in person twice and have technical support and webinars in between the meetings. The curriculum and software tools will be made available to the public at no cost upon completion of the pilot.