CLP developed an ICT report on labor needs based on information from industry partners and education and workforce development organizations. It highlighted employer and labor market data to understand industry pipelines and projected trends, and it examined community college and California State University offerings for students from communities that are underrepresented in ICT industries.
The Latino Institute for Corporate Inclusion and Career Ladders Project conducted an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) education and workforce study. Supported by AT&T, and focused on Latinx and African American students, this ICT study examined how California college and career pathways could lead to increased workforce diversity.
ICT encompasses everything related to computing, software, information, networking, and communications technologies. The information gathered through this study will prove invaluable for California employers, enabling them to plan for their future workforce, develop potential partnerships with educational institutions, and inform their approach to education and training in this sector.
For more information about this project at CLP, please contact Luis Chavez, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The institute has merged with the Americas Partnership/Sociedad de las Américas, A.C.