Meeting of the Minds 2020 - Critical Impact

Meeting of the Minds 2020 - Critical Impact September 8 - 10 2020

Thank you for Attending Meeting of the Minds 2020! CRITICAL IMPACT!

We had a great time spending time with you and I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! 

Please join us in January 2021 for CWA's Annual Youth focused conference: YOUTH@WORK

(please check the CWA webpage for more info, coming soon)

CWA's Annual Workforce Leadership Conference - featuring innovative strategies which create a CRITICAL IMPACT on CA's Workforce Development System!
The spread of COVID-19 has had many unanticipated consequences, including thousands of people losing their jobs as well as having a devastating effect on California’s economy. Therefore, it has perhaps never been more important to come together as a community of workforce leaders and develop strategies that help California get back to work. Whether you are an organization attempting to provide key services to a targeted population, a business looking to access a talented labor pool, a group of workforce partners looking to develop leveraged access points, a workforce region consisting of many stakeholders…a state…or even the Nation; we must work intentionally to connect our strategies and plans to program design and delivery in the emerging economy. This is where the real work takes off and where real change is achieved.
Critical Impact demonstrates the urgent need for CA’s workforce system to come together to affect positive outcomes, create effective partnerships, and support CA’s citizens. As unemployment insurance applications and stimulus requests sore, and as America’s Job Centers of California start to open in some areas throughout the state; is your workforce board ready for the future economy? Have you reevaluated your planning efforts? Are you ready to meet the needs of employers and small business in your community? Can you confidently say that your workforce system is supporting and, ultimately, meeting the needs of your communities and regions? Well? Can you??
At Meeting of the Minds 2020, we hope to examine ways that will ensure these critical connections occur as we look to strong examples of programs that clearly lead to identified outcomes; and highlight areas where CA’s public workforce system is leading the demand strategies to supply-side program delivery.
Need Help? Contact our Conference Support: conferencesupport@calworkforce.org

How to Watch Meeting of the Minds 2020!

Meeting of the Minds 2020 - CRITICAL IMPACT, will be A VIRTUAL CONFERENCE and broadcast using a combination of Zoom Webinars and Remo.co Webinar Platforms.
After you have Registered, please follow these 3 steps to access your content:
1. Once you've registered, Log-in to your account as an Attendee by clicking on the 3 dots at the top right side of the page. 
2. Add talks to your schedule by clicking on the "Program" header link, and click "Add to my schedule" to attend.
3. The day of the conference,  Log-in as an Attendee a few minutes ahead of time and simply click the "View Session" button to view the talk. 
4. When it's time for the session to begin, the "View Session" button will change to "Watch Now" Click the but and you're in!
5. Enjoy the Conference! 
ProTip: Using Headphones/Earbuds are highly recommended to prevent a sound feedback loop with your microphone.  

Say hello to our speakers

We couldn't be more excited about our lineup. Which talks will you be checking out?

Topics Covered at Meeting of the Minds 2020 - CRITICAL IMPACT

Becoming Better Partners and Collaborators
Business Engagement
Going Virtual and Digital
Improving Service Delivery
Self-Care
The Future of Work
Race, Equity, and Access
Services to Vulnerable Populations
Work Based Learning
Workforce Board Track - Workforce Boards in Action
3 days
79 speakers
14 categories
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