Spurring Systems collaboration

Public systems are better at solving big problems when they work together. By working together to share capacity, knowledge, and resources, public systems have the ability to meet the unique needs of the chronically unemployed. Our policy efforts aim to foster collaboration and innovation among public systems in order to develop more effective employment solutions for the chronically unemployed.

Our Related Initiatives & Field Building Work

Connections Project »

Our Resources

Overview of the Child Support System and Innovations in Child Support Policy and Practice »
Healthy Relationships, Employment, and Reentry »
Work Matters: Employment as a Tool for Preventing Homelessness and Improving Health »
The Workforce Investment Act: Homeless System Innovation & Recommendations »

From the Blog

Connections Project Draws Teams of Innovators to D.C. to Advance Employment Solutions to Homelessness »
Innovations in Child Support Policy: 3 Ways to Increase Employment + Economic Opportunity for Noncustodial Parents »
Growing Careers: FarmWorks Combines Transitional Jobs + Contextualized Learning »

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