In 2021 FHI 360 began a collaborative project with the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Career and Technical Education, to test a replicable 360 model designed to enhance the career and technical educational program offerings for teachers within Michigan juvenile justice facilities and potentially juvenile facilities throughout the nation. FHI 360’s technical assistance specialists in justice, education, workforce, community development, and research and evaluation, provided four hours of comprehensive and responsive training and technical assistance to 34 teachers and direct service staff at four Michigan juvenile justice facility schools. Learn more about how educational programs offered in facilities reduce recidivism and improve employment outcomes.
This highlights the work and success of NIWL programming in 2020.
This document provides a brief overview of NIWL’s capabilities as it relates to pivoting in person conferences to engaging virtual events
Launched in 2019, the Young Adult Leadership Council is a key component of NIWL’s Compass Rose Collaborative, a young adult reentry program. This program combines the principles of youth-adult partnerships with reentry programming.
This fact sheet profiles FHI 360’s National Institute for Work and Learning (NIWL) workforce development efforts.
This provides an overview of the USBU’s Research & Evaluation services and competencies.
This fact sheet profiles the College & Career Readiness work of FHI 360’s National Institute for Work and Learning (NIWL).
This fact sheet is an overview of NIWL’s work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D) education and career readiness.
Launched by Johnson & Johnson in 1992, Bridge to Employment (BTE) inspires young people (14 to 18 years old) to stay in school, excel academically, and elevate their career aspirations. This fact sheet is an overview of the BTE initiative, NIWL’s role, key data and evaluation results.
NIWL’s work under this strategic plan focuses on advancing equitable and accessible education and workforce systems; leading and supporting efforts to prepare the diverse workforce for the demands of the 21st century; and promoting data informed and research-based policies and practices.