Below you will find a selected list of Information Technology Industry grant projects that have significant contributions in SkillsCommons.
Florida Regional Consortium for Technology Enabled Learning Solutions (FRC-TEC)
The FRC-TEC program designs career readiness steps to expand and improve the capacity to deliver education and career programs using technology-enabled training and restructured delivery.
Utah Workforce Education and Retraining for Knowledge and Skills (WERKS)
WERKS is a group of colleges & universities that have banded together to provide Utah residents with new and fast programs for training and job placement!
Illinois Green Economy Network Career Pathways (IGEN)
IGEN is a consortium of Illinois community colleges working together to share resources, common experiences and best practices to help grow the new green economy.
Center for Empowerment and Free Enterprise – Universidad del Este (UNE)
The center will provuide services in a threefold way (1) academic excellence (2) professional preparation and (3) leadership and entrepreneurial training.
Intentional Networks Transforming Effective and Rigorous Facilitation of Assessment, Collaboration, and Education (INTERFACE)
INTERFACE is a statewide project to develop, improve, and expand adult educational training pathways to careers in many fields.
National Information, Security, and Geospatial Technology Consortium (NISGTC)
NISGTC offered services to individuals who are seeking training and job placement assistance in four Information Technology (IT) areas of Cybersecurity, Geospatial Technology, Programming and Networking and Data Communications.
Retraining the Gulf Coast Workforce through IT Pathways Consortium
This consortium consists of 9 community & technical colleges who have joined together to address the challenges facing trade-impacted workers in their regions.
Oregon Credentials, Acceleration, and Support for Employment (CASE)
The project focuses on three strategies – enhancement of Career Pathway programs; the use of Career Coaches, and the expansion of Credit for Prior Learning.
National STEM Consortium
An alliance of ten community colleges in nine states, designing a portfolio of innovative one-year certificate programs to respond to regional industry needs and (re)train workers for high-demand, mid-skill technical careers.
View: National STEM Consortium Materials in SkillsCommons
View: Video Interview with Project Director
View: Student Voices – Stories from National STEM Consortium
Visit: National STEM Consortium Website
Partnership for Accelerated Learning through Engagement, Visualization, and Simulation (PAVES)
PAVES is a Partnership for Accelerated Learning through Visualization, Engagement and Simulation. This program enhances existing degree and certificate programs for workers in four high demand industries and occupations.