North State Together Newsletter:  Issue 21:  October 2021 North State Together Newsletter:  Issue 20:  September 2021 North State Together Newsletter:  Issue 19:  August 2021 North State Together Newsletter:  Issue […]

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NORTH STATE TOGETHER JOINS STRIVETOGETHER CRADLE TO CAREER NETWORK North State Together becomes one of nearly 70 communities in a national collective impact movement The North State Region:  Modoc, Shasta, […]

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To help combat the recent drop in college enrollment in our region, North State Together and College OPTIONS have joined forces with Let’s Go to College CA to help spearhead […]

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The United Way of Northern California through the North State Equity Fund (NSEF) recently announced it was awarding a total of $70,000 in grants to 17 non-profits working to advance […]

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North State Together’s regional collaborative expands over 20,000 square miles in five counties or roughly the size of the states of New Jersey, Hawaii, Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island…combined! While […]

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Jerry Brown worked at Shasta College for 26 years as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and Physical Education Instructor.  Prior to his career at Shasta College, Jerry attended San Diego […]

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There are great things happening in the North State! Join Alice Patterson and Courtney Farrell of the North State Planning and Development Collective for a conversation with Kevin O’Rorke, North […]

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North State Together partners with the National Student Clearinghouse research department to provide post-secondary enrollment, persistence, retention, and completion data for our region.This chart shows the percentage of high school […]

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Rather than focus on deficits within our student and family populations (like parenting skills, addiction, and unemployment), Advancing Modoc Youth began to imagine a county where all families had their […]

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North State Together is partnering with the pilot phase of the Essential Skills Program (ESP). ESP is a soft skills training program for adult learners, job seekers, and employees that provides measurable outcomes. LinkedIn’s 2019 Global Talent Trends report showed that 92% of talent professionals and hiring managers say that soft skills are just as important–or more important–than hard technical skills. This is our opportunity to have our rural community’s voice heard in the development of soft skills content useful for learners and valued by our local employers. This collaborative approach will help ensure we build an empowered, educated workforce in the North State and make economic mobility possible for those that need it most.

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