Focuses on the various roles and actions that Workforce Investment Act systems can undertake with other system partners in the development and implementation of successful career pathways systems.

“This paper focuses on the various roles and actions that Workforce Investment Act (WIA) systems, including state and local Workforce Investment Boards, One-Stop Career Centers, and service providers, can undertake with other system partners in the development and implementation of successful career pathways systems. It supplements the Career Pathways Toolkit developed by Social Policy Research Associates for the Department of Labor as part of the broader technical assistance initiative, providing examples of workforce systems that are involved in career pathways activities” (p. ii-iii). (Abstractor: Author)

Full Publication Title: The Promise of Career Pathways System Change: What Role Should Workforce Investment Systems Play? What Benefits Will Result?