USAID Global Education Summit, 2015 - Goal 2 Session


At the 2015 USAID Global Education Summit in November, the workforce Connections Project at FHI360 programmed Goal 2 sessions within three key development themes. Please click on the following links for sessions details and presentation materials.

Theme 1: Systems Thinking for Workforce Development

Dates and Time: November 2, 3 & 4. 10:15am -11:15am

Session 1: Where do Jobs Come From? 

Session 2: Systems Thinking for Workforce Development

Session 3: Understanding the System: Labor Market Assessments


Theme 2: A Shift in Philosophy: Focusing on Employment Outcomes for Youth

Dates and Time: November 2, 3 & 4. 1:45pm -3:00pm

 Session 1: Higher Education and Training: What Have We Learned

Session 2:  A Focus on Core Indicators and Employment Outcomes

Session 3Outcomes for Youth, Where Do We Want to Go


Theme 3: It’s Not Just About Skills: Models for Private Sector Collaboration

Dates and Time: November 2, 3 & 4. 3:15pm -4:30pm

Session 1Skills and Skill Frameworks, Past to Present

Session 2Supporting the Transition from School to Work

Session 3New Models for Education and Training


Cross-Cutting Themes

TitleInstitutionalizing Workforce Programs, EDC  - Tuesday, November 3, 2015. 4:40pm-5:30pm 

TitleWorkforce Connections and the Community of Practice - Wednesday, November 4, 2015. 3:15pm – 4:30pm

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