Atlanta Technical College Center For Workforce Innovation: Employers Workforce Development
The Center for Workforce Innovation (CWI) is an innovative partnership between Atlanta Technical College, the City of Atlanta, and the Atlanta Committee for Progress.
With the direct input, investment, and involvement of corporate and community partners, the CWI is focused on preparing students to enter into careers that meet local high-demand, rapidly changing workforce needs and lead to economic mobility.
With initial partnerships and funding provided by Delta Air Lines, The Home Depot, SunTrust now Truist, Intercontinental Exchange, and Georgia Power, the CWI is providing real knowledge, real skills, and real success, as students attain true economic mobility in high-demand industries such as Aviation, Information Technology, and Skilled Trades including Carpentry, Electronics, Welding, HVAC, and Plumbing.
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SAMPLE TEXT>>>>>>> ATC President Dr. Victoria Seals has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s Most Admired CEOs of 2020. The 2020 Most Admired CEOs across 20 industry categories will be honored at a virtual event on Dec. 10. Other honorees include Georgia-Pacific Chairman Emeritus A.D. “Pete” Correll, Kennesaw State University President Pamela Whitten, and Emory Healthcare CEO Jonathan S. Lewin.
The awards honor Atlanta-based CEOs with a strong record of innovation, outstanding financial performance, and commitment to diversity in the workplace, who have made significant contributions to the metro community. View more information here.
How We Help
Like many of our community partners, we know the primary distinction between education and economic success is opportunity. At Atlanta Technical College, we’ve been providing students with access to world class learning opportunities for more than 50 years.
Our CWI team is expanding the support of our high-quality instructors while providing invaluable opportunities for each student throughout their time at the college. Most importantly, we are using these additional resources to offer career development coaching, wrap around support services, and work-based internships and apprenticeships.
CWI Student Benefits
Community Pipeline Partners
Community Partner Opportunities
As a CWI community partner your commitment through an array of critical support services
helps to build a sustainable pipeline into in-demand industries such as the following: