Our Child Well-Being Index data indicates nearly 14,000 youth are not connected to school or work. Additionally, there has been a significant decline in post-secondary enrollment after graduation. These youth are spread across the region and constitute a growing gap between metro Atlanta’s workforce needs and the availability of future potential employees who have the training and skills needed for a career.
Join us on October 25th, as we gather at Clayton State University to hear from community leaders and participate in an important discussion on Workforce Development and how together we empower the youth in the Southern Crescent.
United Way of Greater Atlanta’s InForum Series is an open forum and discussion panel event that promotes dialogue and collaboration amongst community leaders regarding the Child Well-Being Index.