Affordable and quality care for children is essential to allow Georgians to participate fully in the workforce, however it is not accessible to all that need it. Not only does this provide limits on the academic achievement of our earliest learners, but also prevents their parents from gaining upward mobility in their careers. To address these issues, the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning has been utilizing Two-Generation Innovation Grants (TGIG) which fund community oriented solutions to support student parents that face hurdles in achieving economic security. Join MAX for a discussion on the most recent round of grant recipients, previous engagement, and emerging trends related to the role of early care in workforce development.
Bentley Ponder, Deputy Commissioner for Quality Innovations and Partnerships and Laura Wagner, Community Outreach and Partnerships Director, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning will join MAX to discuss “two generation innovations and solutions.”
Join us on March 19th, 9:00 AM, for a timely and virtual conversation.
This virtual event is free for MAX members but registration is required.
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ABOUT MAX MINUTES
Launched in 2014, the mission of MAX is to advance economic competitiveness in the Atlanta region by strengthening connections, collaborations, and practices among workforce developers and organizations engaged in workforce development.
Through our webinar series, MAX Minutes, MAX seeks to bring timely insights to providers, intermediaries, and other partners in workforce. MAX Minutes features talks by key experts in the Atlanta region and beyond on important workforce matters.