The 10th annual Southwest Florida regional educational and workforce outcomes study has been released and provides key information about demographics, education, occupations, employments gaps and projected job growth. The study…
FutureMakers Coalition has released its 2022 Workforce Employer Survey Report. One hundred and ten organizations and businesses responded to the survey. Collier and Lee County had the highest concentration (42 and 41 percent) of the responding businesses operating among the five southwest Florida counties.
The Southwest Florida Equitable Jobs Pipeline targets under served populations who face multiple barriers to education, employment and career advancement.
Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) in partnership with FutureMakers Coalition at Collaboratory will develop and implement the Southwest Florida Equitable Jobs Pipeline.
Florida Gulf Coast University has been awarded the largest grant in the school’s history. In partnership with The Collaboratory in Downtown Fort Myers, FGCU will create the “Southwest Florida Equitable Jobs Pipeline.”
Powered by a $22.9 million award from the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s Good Jobs Challenge, Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) in partnership with FutureMakers Coalition at Collaboratory will develop and implement the Southwest Florida Equitable Jobs Pipeline.
Florida Gulf Coast University and FutureMakers Coalition at Collaboratory are pleased to announce that, with your help, we have been awarded a $22.9M investment in workforce and economic development from the Department of Commerce’s Good Jobs Challenge.
Since summer 2021, Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), the Collaboratory and Florida SouthWestern State College have worked under the FutureMakers banner to reduce barriers for students who stopped out to return and finish what they started.
FutureMakers Coalition in Achieving the Dream. Since the Prioritizing Adult Community College Enrollment (PACCE) initiative began in late 2021, Achieving the Dream has worked with 20 colleges in eight states as they develop data-informed strategies to attract, support, and retain adult learners aged 25 and over.