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Title:Career advancement for low-income workers through community college and community-based organization partnerships
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Short Description:This monograph examines a number of key issues that affect the success of partnerships between community colleges and community-based organizations.
Annotation:This monograph examines a number of key issues that affect the success of CC/CBO partnerships and does so by building off the P/PV report. As such, the monograph identifies a number of substantive issues that are pertinent to developing and operating an education and skills training initiative targeted to low-income workers. It also focuses on matters of how organizations create and sustain effective partnerships. Finally, the monograph concludes with thoughts on how to improve and strengthen CC/CBO partnerships.
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Associated Keywords:
Career Development
Low-Income Students
Preparation/College Readiness
Social and Economic Benefits/Economic Development

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