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Clark County Launches Initiative to Become an ACT Work Ready Community

Clark County Launches Initiative to Become an ACT Work Ready Community
Clark County, Nevada
leaders have officially launched an initiative to become a certified ACT Work Ready Community.  The goal is to ensure employee skills match employer needs while helping local educators prepare students for success in the workforce. 

ACT Work Ready Communities empower states, regions and counties with data, process and tools that drive economic growth. Participants leverage the ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) to measure and close the skills gap while building common frameworks that link, align and match their workforce development efforts.

Please click this link to support Clark County becoming a Work Ready Community.

Video On What It Means To Be A Work Ready Community

Photo L-R: Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson (District 17); Asha Jones, District Director, North Las Vegas Office, Office of Representative Ruben J. Kihuen;  Manny Lamarre, Governor’s Office of Workforce Innovation (OWINN) Executive Director;  Commissioner Andrew Borasky, Nye County District 4; Councilman Scott Black, City of North Las Vegas; Councilwoman Michele Fiore, City of Las Vegas; Assemblywoman Irene Bustamante Adams (District 42); Dr. Wendi Hawk, Nevada State High School; Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, Clark County District D.