Key Innovative Solutions Available Services

Choose from a variety of key services available to successfully provide a range of career pathways, including federal funding, bringing industry and education together and connecting with legislators.

Key Innovative Solutions

Each region has its own unique offerings to its community.  Let Key Innovative Solutions help your area develop the strongest workforce to meet the growing needs within each industry.

Key services:

Federal funding solutions for local education agencies and workforce development boards

ESSA, Perkins V, WIOA, CARES Act, etc.

Unlock the maximum amount Federal funding available to develop career pathways

Education Success

Generate career pathways that produce the highest graduation rates. 

Experience highest graduation rates with student equipped with in-demand credentials, along with job apprenticeships and college credits.  "Introducing students to real work conditions is an essential goal. "  SREB-Commission on Strategic Partnerships for Work-Ready Students, October 2020 

Workforce Development

Connect to education to industry

The workforce needs are dynamic.   Connecting to the emerging workforce demands is critical for the success of today's students, tomorrow's workforce.     

Industry Sector Partnerships

Convening  industry and education together

These partnerships should be custom-designed to meet the local needs. 

Connect with legislators

Share your story with your local legislators

Legislators are keenly interested in the dynamics impacting their district.  It is imperative to communicate with them, telling of the successes and the challenges.

COVID-19's Impact on Unemployment

The impact of COVID-19 speeds up the necessity to prepare our students for careers that can weather economic uncertainties.

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Impact of COVID-19 - World Economic Forum Report October 2020

Unemployment crisis expected by 2025

Employers expect that by 2025, increasingly redundant roles will decline from being 15.4% of the workforce to 9% (6.4% decline), and that emerging professions will grow from 7.8% to 13.5% (5.7% growth) of the total employee base of company respondents. Based on these figures, we estimate that by 2025, 85 million jobs may be displaced by a shift in the division of labour between humans and machines, while 97 million new roles may emerge that are more adapted to the new division of labour between humans, machines and algorithms.

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