Work for Tomorrow

by MAPSA, on Sep 6, 2022 12:38:06 PM

Work for Tomorrow delivers an end-to-end data driven Work Based Learning /Internship program to help businesses identify high school students for roles these business will need to fill in the future. This can be accomplished by a suite of custom-built learning programs, or real life work experience all accompanied by data on the talent in the form of their skills index and role proficiency. This data is collected across hiring challenges, up-skilling programs and/or work study programs.

Work for Tomorrow delivers real life data-driven work-based learning programs, and services, designed to create a diverse, and competitive Gen Z talent pipeline solution for businesses. In turn, providing high school students with immersive work-based learning experiences, and future job prospects. Work for Tomorrow can either support, or build upon an existing Work Based Learning experience.

Contact Person: Frederick Douglass Lumpkin
E-Mail Address:
Phone: 248-470-7074
Address: 32729 Grand River Ave
City: Farmington Hills
State: MI
Postal Code: 48336
Service Areas:enrichment/curriculumconsulting servicestutoring/special educationExtracurricular programs

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