Project Hope and the Center for Social Policy conducted an Entry-Level Workforce Investment Feasibility Study in the Spring and Summer of 2010. The primary purpose of this study is two‐fold. First, the study was used to identify and target one or two industries (other than health care where Project Hope has already established employer partnerships and job training programs) which offer entry‐level jobs and begin to establish relationships with potential employer partners. Second, the study synthesized existing data and research to assess the match between the characteristics, interests and skill sets of Project Hope participants and the job opportunities in the targeted industries. This report provides the main findings and initial recommendations from this analysis.
Holgate, Brandynn and Stazinski, Tressa, "Entry-Level Workforce Investment Feasibility Study" (2011). Center for Social Policy Publications. 48.