The upcoming reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act creates an opportunity to advance our goal of helping low income, low skilled young adults, as well as unemployed or underemployed adults, find routes to family supporting jobs with career paths by providing them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in a knowledge-based economy.
Steve Wing, Director of Workforce Initiatives at CVS Caremark and Board Member of Corporate Voices, was invited to testify before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment and Workplace Safety on Thursday, July 16. Steve highlighted information on a number of innovative iniatives and partnerships he has developed at CVS to provide jobs with career path opportunities to a wide range of individuals. Video of the hearing and a copy of his and other panelists’ remarks are available here. We appreciate Steve’s commitment to this issue and his willingness to participate in this hearing.
By Allison Tomei