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Learners to Earners Workforce Solution SeminarPart 1: Preparing Florida’s Future Workforce and WhatEmployers Need to KnowMark Wilson, President & CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce

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Learners to Earners Solution SummitA FREE 4-Part Virtual Workforce Solution SeriesPreparing Florida’s Future Workforce and What Employers Need to KnowTuesday, November 10, 10am – NoonCreating a Seamless Path from the Classroom to the WorkroomThursday, November 12, 10am – NoonThe Need for Higher Quality Education Pre-K Through Grade 12Tuesday, November, 17, 10am – NoonImproving Access and Outcomes for Early Learning and KindergartenReadinessThursday, November 19, 10am – Noon

Today’s Discussion LeadersMichelle DennardPresident & CEOCareerSource FloridaMadeline PumariegaExecutive Vice President and ProvostTallahassee Community CollegeTony CarvajalPresident & CEOThe Able TrustJoe MarinoExecutive DirectorVeterans Florida

“Talentis quickly replacing the taxincentive as the economicdevelopment tool of choice.”– MarkWilson

The Florida 2030 Blueprint: Uniting Businesses For Goodth17toth1039 Goals

Florida At A Glance Florida’s Economy 1.1 Trillion GDP (17th) 22 Million Residents 3rd / 26M By 2030 / More Than 900/Day 131.4 Million Visitors In 2019 ( 50M by2030) Florida Created 1 Out Of Every 11 New U.S.Jobs since

COVID-19 and the Impact on Florida’s Workforce Number of Floridians working: 8.5325 Million Down from 9.0716 Million in February6,713 Unemployment Rate: 7.6% Up 4.7 percentage points from a year ago Number of Unemployed Floridians: 770,000 Up from 304,000 last year

The Florida 2030 Blueprint

Florida’s 2030 Goals and Strategies

Florida 2030 Blueprint (6 Talent Goals):Improving Florida’s Talent Pipeline for a Better Workforce

Florida 2030 Blueprint:Improving Florida’s Talent Pipeline for a Better WorkforceBy 2030: 80% of Florida’sworkforce has essentialemployability skills

Florida should align Policy and Systems to Workforce Needs

Aligning workforce systems(supply) with industryneeds (demand) helpssecure Florida's Future andkeep the momentum going.

Florida 2030WorkforceResearchSays

Job Creators Identified Workforce

Strategies for Building America’s Best Workforceand Aligning to the Florida 2030 Blueprint Goals1. Career pathways focusedon industry needs Upskilling Middle and High 30

Strategies for Building America’s Best Workforceand Aligning to the Florida 2030 Blueprint Goals2. Work-based learning Internships Apprenticeships Industry certificationUpon

Strategies for Building America’s Best Workforceand Aligning to the Florida 2030 Blueprint Goals3. Equity Gaps EducationalAttainment Labor 0

Strategies for Building America’s Best Workforceand Aligning to the Florida 2030 Blueprint Goals4. ScalableTraining Programs Digital Training orce2030

Strategies for Building America’s Best Workforceand Aligning to the Florida 2030 Blueprint Goals5. Data Informed PolicyDecisions Florida Department ofEducation Florida Department ofEconomic Opportunity Talent Development

Building Florida’s Future WorkforceMichelleDennard—President & CEOCareerSource FloridaFlorida ChamberFoundation Board ofTrustees


ABOUT CAREERSOURCE FLORIDAVisionFlorida will be the global leader for talent.MissionTo connect employers with qualified, skilled talent and Floridians withemployment and career development opportunities to achieveeconomic prosperity.

The future of work has arrived.

OUR OPPORTUNITY Resilient skills Work-based learning opportunities Inclusive recovery

RESILIENT SKILLS IN JOB POSTINGSCritical Thinking2%Teamwork4%Problem 35%0%Source: EMSI5%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%

INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC RECOVERY Emphasis for growth in STEM occupations COVID-19 disproportionate impactso Ageo Education levelo Underrepresented populations

Rapid Credentialing in FloridaMadelinePumariega—Executive VicePresident and ProvostTallahasseeCommunity College

Be EssentialRapid Credentials

10 largest immediate-risk industriesIndustry (3-digit NAICS)Food services and drinking placesGeneral merchandise storesPersonal and laundry servicesAmusement, gambling and recreationMotor vehicle and parts dealersMiscellaneous store retailersAccommodationChild day care services (NAICS – 6244)Building material and garden supply storesClothing and clothing accessories storesOther industriesTotal, all immediate-risk industriesWorkers 1,5261,4719,81437,212Most workers at a higher risk of job loss due to COVID-19 are low-wage workersAverage weekly earnings, by industry, January 2020Industries with workers at higher risk of job loss:All industriesTransportation 956Retail tradeAccommodation 609 553Personal and laundry 546Arts, entertainment, and 539Child day care servicesFood services and drinking National & State Outlook 975 486 394

Objective: Align employer workforce needs to the training programs and individualscompleting the programs.Employer Champions Tallahassee Memorial HealthcareCapital Regional Medical Center (HCA)Home Instead Senior CareInspired TechnologiesTallahassee Police DepartmentOrange County Sheriff OfficeHillsborough County Sheriff OfficeWestminster OaksNorth FL Medical CentersSeminole TrussesWakulla Health Department CenturionCoaxisMoore Bass ConsultingTradesman InternationalMetroNetPMGHopewell In-Home Senior CareEmployer Engagement

TCC’s Response – COVID Impacted Unemployed/Job Seekers

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Communicating the Message

FUTURE OF WORK The future of work in the nextdecade will have enormousdisruption as a result of a series offactors. The key to remaining competitive isto have a strong talent pipeline.Today K-12 and higher educationare the primary deliver modes offormal education The future will see expandingdelivery models that includedincreased on the job training andon demand training programs tomeet industry needs.

Future Ready BadgingEssential skills required to earn “Future Ready” em Solving5. Change Management6. Diversity


Hiring Employees with DisabilitiesTonyCarvajal—President & CEOThe Able TrustFlorida ChamberFoundation Board ofTrustees

Hiring Veterans in FloridaJoe Marino—Executive DirectorVeterans Florida

Hiring Veterans in Florida

Purposeveteransflorida.orgVeterans Florida is a non-profit corporation created by theState of Florida in 2014 to help veterans fully transition tocivilian life in the Sunshine State and to promote Florida, themost veteran-friendly state in the country, as the best place toreside upon leaving the military.50

Missionveteransflorida.orgAttract and retain Veterans and their families by connectingthem to employment, training and educational opportunitiesStrengthen Florida businesses by educating them on the valueand skill sets Veterans bring to the workforce and providingtraining resources for their Veteran hiresEnhance the entrepreneurial skills of Veterans51

VETS ProgramVeterans Employment and Training Services, Section 295.22, Florida Statutesveteransflorida.orgStatuteServicesMarket the state to veteransMarketing with VISIT FloridaAssist veterans seeking employmentCareer ServicesAssist employers hiring veteransWorkforce RecruitingProvide workforce grant for employersWorkforce Training GrantAdminister veteran entrepreneur initiativeEntrepreneurship Program and Partners52

Marketingveteransflorida.orgUS Servicemembers within 12 months prior to, and veterans within 24months after, separating or retiring from the military200,000Geographically located at major and minor military installations in Floridaand around the country, predominantly in the Southeast US, Texas,California, and East Coast US53

MarketingBranding and Messagingveteransflorida.org54

Career Servicesveteransflorida.orgTransition Services Inform about Floridaindustries andopportunitiesActivity checkpoints asretirement or separationapproachesCareer ServicesJob Placement Skills and careerCoach veteranspreference assessments through start date atnew jobResume assistance Interview preparation Available to transitioning service members, veterans, Guard/Reserve, and spouses55

Veterans Skillsveteransflorida.orgSoft SkillsHard Skills Leadership Engineering and Engineering Tech Teamwork Logistics and Transportation Adaptable Mission focused Information Technology and CyberSecurityLaw Enforcement56

Workforce Servicesveteransflorida.orgWorkforce Recruiting Seek to fill open jobs withmilitary veteransReview resumes with militaryexperience and make job matchrecommendations based ontransferable skillsWorkforce Training Grant 50% reimbursement for employer paid,skills based training for veteranemployees, new or existing Up to 8,000 per veteran Up to 200,000 total per year High tech industries have preference57Available to veteran friendly Florida employers

DoD Skillbridgeveteransflorida.orgA Department of Defense Program which enables transitioningservicemembers: with less than 180 days until separation or retirementto gain workforce training at an employer or industry partner underan apprenticeship or internship in lieu of their military dutieswhile retaining their full DoD pay and benefits.Employers do not provide salary or benefits for the servicemember duringthe training.https://dodskillbridge.usalearning.gov58

Statewide Skillbridge InitiativeFlorida has the opportunity to stay in the lead at this important timeestablishing its own Skillbridge initiative. Doing so trains the veteranworkforce of tomorrow and keeps the state competitive for employersand industry.Other states’ governments, some working in conjunction with theirstates’ chamber of commerce, have enacted statewide earning.gov59

Florida Statewide Skillbridge InitiativeFlorida needs a new statewide initiative to blend Skillbridge intoexisting services for transitioning servicemembers and the employerswho need them.Veterans Florida is uniquely positioned to lead the 0

Florida Statewide Skillbridge InitiativeThrough administering the Veterans Employment and TrainingServices (VETS) Program, Veterans Florida works daily withtransitioning servicemembers all over the country and employers ingrowth industry sectors.Additionally, we collaborate with Florida Department of VeteransAffairs, Enterprise Florida, CareerSource Florida, Florida ChamberFoundation, and others, to enhance economic opportunity fortransitioning servicemembers in Florida and across the country.https://dodskillbridge.usalearning.gov61

Hiring Veterans in Floridaveteransflorida.orgCopies of these slides and additional materials may be requested and obtained by [email protected]

Open Discussion and Q&A

Join Us on Thursday, Nov 12:Creating a Seamless Path from the Classroom to the WorkroomHenry MackChancellor, Division of Careerand Adult EducationFlorida Department of EducationKathy HebdaChancellor, Division ofFlorida CollegesFlorida Department of EducationMarshall Criser, IIIChancellor, State University SystemFlorida Department of EducationBob BoydPresident & CEOIndependent Colleges andUniversities of Florida (ICUF)

Learners to Earners Workforce Solution SeminarPart 1: Preparing Florida’s Future Workforce and WhatEmployers Need to KnowMark Wilson, President & CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce

transitioning servicemembers all over the country and employers in growth industry sectors. Additionally, we collaborate with Florida Department of Veterans Affairs, Enterprise Florida, CareerSource Florida, Florida Chamber Foundation, and others, to enhance economic opportunity for transitioning servicemembers in Florida and across the country.