San Jose, CA 94113
This report shares the learnings from the BAYEP project and provides recommendations for improving how the region’s business and civic leaders can create an inclusive economy through offering better supports and opportunities for young men of color and others systematically disadvantaged by our economic system. Our findings are informed by a rich literature in collaboration with LeadersUp as well as companion analyses by PolicyLink and Urban Strategies Council. Crucially, the voices of the young men themselves helped guide our conclusions as we incorporate the findings of surveys and focus groups conducted throughout this effort.
The program will feature a roundtable discussion with key stakeholders in inclusive economy efforts. This includes employers, political leaders, community based organizations, talent development partners, policy advocacy organziations and other stakeholders in the workforce development system.
Closed for RSVPs, please contact Estevan Lopez, Research Analyst for more information.
353 Sacramento Street 10th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111
Join us for an exclusive presentation of the findings of the Economic Institute’s new report exploring the key trade, investment and technology ties linking the Bay Area with Canada. Canada Consul General Rana Sarkar will give remarks followed by a discussion with Laura Buhler, Executive Director of C-100 (the regional organization of leading Canadian executives), a representative of Silicon Valley Bank in Canada, and Dr. Trevin Stratton, Chief Economist of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
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San Francisco, CA.
Closed for RSVPs, please contact Patrick Kallerman, Research Director for more information.
5700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Oakland, CA 94609
How can companies and organizations best achieve their gender equity goals through family friendly policies and investments in early childhood education?
The report released at this event catalogs best practices that employers can implement in their workplaces and communities. The event also featured a presentation from RAND on their recent report on the short- and long-term payoffs of early childhood education.
Thank you very much to Packard Foundation, First 5 California, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the Thomas Long Foundation and Early Edge California for their support of this event and project.