Director of Apprenticeship & Instructional Service Agreements, Workforce Development,
City College of San Francisco, CA
This multimedia case study includes actual outreach materials and a detailed description of recruitment events and retention strategies.
thought it would be a lot easier than it turned out to be. The first time we partnered with community-based organizations to help us with recruitment, but after the WomenTech Training I realized we weren’t welcoming to women.
The WomenTech Training gave us a robust Version 2.0 Outreach Strategy.”
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