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Industry Partners


   

Central to the Governor’s Workforce Board strategic plan are Industry Partnerships, powerful alliances among key partners and stakeholders that include education and training organizations, community-based organizations and the business community.

Industry Partnerships collaborate on strategies to reduce and eliminate identifiable skill gaps in the following high-growth, high-wage areas:

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Health Care
   

   Hospital Association of Rhode Island

   

   Report button Healthcentric Advisors

    Stepping Up

www.steppingupri.org

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Defense
   

   SENEDIA (Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance)

   

   Report button SENEDIA Defense Industry Skills Gap Study

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Financial Services
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Bioscience
 

   Report button Tech Collective

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Construction
   

   Report button  Building Futures (The Providence Plan)

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Advanced Manufacturing
   

   Report button Rhode Island Manufacturing Extension Services

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Marine Technologies
   

   Report button Rhode Island Marine Trades Association

   

   International Yacht Restoration School

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Hospitality/Tourism
   

   Report button Rhode Island Hospitality and Tourism Association

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Information Technology
   

   Report button Tech Collective

brochure: Career Opportunities in IT


 

These highly collaborative partnerships support the development of an efficient and demand-driven education system that will align resources and service delivery with the real needs of Rhode Island businesses. Similarly, Industry Partnership grants represent strategic investments in this demand-driven system which maximizes work opportunity and removes employment barriers for employers and workers alike.

Skills Gap Studies Reports, conducted by industry partners can be access by clicking on the Report button.
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