Skills@Work, a statewide campaign to ensure Minnesota has the skilled workforce it needs to compete in the global economy, is putting together regional action teams of community, economic development, business, and education leaders around the state.
These teams will meet in the summer and fall to create action plans for their communities, aligning local assets to address skill gaps and seize opportunities. In the Twin Cities metro region we have already created industry panels for Healthcare, IT and Manufacturing that will begin action planning in July.
Local plans will help to inform a statewide policy agenda to support the work of regional teams and promote best practices in human capital development. More information about teams can be found on their website.