San Antonio’s youth is the future of all aspects of our society, so preparing them for a successful trajectory is crucial. SA Works aims to do just that.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) partook in a town hall debate focused exclusively on education at the KIPP Cevallos Campus Monday.
Over the last 30 years, the largest share of jobs at the center of the U.S. economy – known as “middle-skill jobs” – has been declining.
SA Works, a public/private workforce development coalition, graduated its second group of summer interns Monday night.
Romanita Matta-Barrera was officially announced Friday as the new executive director of San Antonio Works, an organization that works to develop career pathways and bring experiential learning opportunities to San Antonio and Bexar County students and educators.
Mayor Ivy Taylor addressed almost a dozen points of successes and challenges during her United State of the City Address on Tuesday.
Editor’s Note: Mayor Ivy Taylor delivered her 2016 United State of the City Address to an estimated 1,300 business, community, and City leaders on Tuesday afternoon at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center’s Stars at Night Ballroom.
Organizers for My Brother’s Keeper San Antonio revealed an action plan on Monday that lays out steps to help close the educational and employment opportunity gaps for local young men of color.
More than 1,700 teenagers from San Antonio and Bexar County area high schools got a glimpse at life on the job during the Citywide Job Shadow Day on Tuesday.