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Talent Pipeline Replication Toolkit

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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.


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