Our 2016-2020 Countywide Strategic Plan for Economic Development – centered around
7 Goals, developed by Many Voices, with 1 Purpose:
to capture the power of many to propel economic impact and equity.
As we close out the Strategic Plan, many thanks to our sponsors and partners on sharing our vision throughout LA County. Stay tuned as we publish our final report displaying the work of our many partners and our collective work to create pathways to prosperity for all.
As we focus on our people and industries during this difficult time of COVID-19, we are offering LAEDC’s resource page with strategies and assistance for both employers and our affected workforce. Visit the page below for information.LAEDC COVID-19 information
The latest from Propel L.A. and community stakeholders…
First 5 LA Strategic Plan
Propel L.A. Lead Partner, First 5 LA, has announced its 2020-2028 Strategic Plan. The Plan address systems change in health, early care, and education, and strategic priorities to improve opportunities for children and families.
In support of Goal 1 – Invest In Our People – and in partnership with the Center for a Competitive Workforce and the LA County Office of Education, we’re launching a series of videos to inform high school students of careers of the future – growing and hiring here in LA.
Check out HireEd Career Pathways Video Series
In support of Goal 1 – Invest In Our People – we’re launching a series of videos to inform high school students of careers of the future – growing and hiring here in LA.
Sponsored by Center for a Competitive Workforce
“This course gave me the ability to change my life,” says Jonathan Santos. He loved his job but the unpredictable schedule was no longer realistic when he became a father. Surrounded by his fellow students, he smiles when he talks about his commitment to his new profession and how surprised he was to have met with employers even before graduating. “They told us this is entry level training, but it doesn’t end here, there are a lot of opportunities to grow.”
In partnership with LA Valley College and El Camino College, Propel L.A. is funding students’ education in growing careers, funded by Citi Foundation Community Progress Makers.