This Talent Pipeline Replication Toolkit, funded by Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, provides a pathway for employers, education partners, and community-based organizations to scope, design, and launch robust work-based learning programs to close talent gaps and strengthen the local workforce. In the current job landscape, there is a misalignment between the supply of and demand for talent. While there are several work-based learning initiatives and approaches, this toolkit provides a model, including critical steps and key players, that can be utilized by a variety of stakeholders to build a talent pipeline program.
Ascend Indiana developed the Upskilling Program Toolkit to share learnings and best practices in developing employer upskilling programs.
With the support of Ascend, Community Health Network collaborated with the Indiana University School of Social Work and the University of Indianapolis to launch a behavioral health talent pathway.
Explore the pathways available in Metro Indianapolis to good and promising jobs in this 2020 Talent Supply and Demand Report.