June 23, 2017

Monterey Bay Housing Trust funds first affordable housing loan

First of $10-million fund will build affordable low-income apartments and mid-income houses Read More »

A Way Home for CA: This week in the housing crisis - June 23
June 23, 2017 by Justin Ewers

A Way Home for CA: This week in the housing crisis - June 23

A promising set of proposals unveiled in San Diego, affordability gap grows in other cities, state still doesn't act Read More »

Even Canada is looking at California Community Colleges’ workforce training revival
June 23, 2017 by Leah Grassini Moehle

Even Canada is looking at California Community Colleges’ workforce training revival

From an afterthought to a policy priority – California Community Colleges visited by neighbors to north to discuss the transformation Read More »

From Drought to Deluge and Back Again – Working Landscapes Address The Challenges
June 22, 2017 by Judy Corbett

From Drought to Deluge and Back Again – Working Landscapes Address The Challenges

Expanding and innovating California's groundwater recharge will carry the state a long way through drought years Read More »

San Diego mayor pushing one of state’s most aggressive packages for addressing housing crisis
June 21, 2017 by Justin Ewers

San Diego mayor pushing one of state’s most aggressive packages for addressing housing crisis

With broad coalition support, one of the state’s expensive coastal cities looks to accelerate housing approvals and expand supply Read More »

California’s big challenges need bipartisan solutions, say Republican mayor & Democratic union leader
June 19, 2017 by Dave Regan and Ashley Swearengin

California’s big challenges need bipartisan solutions, say Republican mayor & Democratic union leader

Opinion: Middle way that grows middle-class jobs, tackles housing could inspire change across country Read More »

Online tool helps Monterey public, business and advocates weigh in on housing projects
June 16, 2017 by Nadine Ono

Online tool helps Monterey public, business and advocates weigh in on housing projects

Platform helps engage more people who can advocate for more housing in expensive region Read More »

This week in Bay Area YIMBYs, NIMBYs & ZIMBYs
June 15, 2017 by John Guenther

This week in Bay Area YIMBYs, NIMBYs & ZIMBYs

Roundup of important happenings in the housing crisis in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley Read More »

Bay Area business alliance supports boosting housing supply by all means necessary
June 05, 2017 by Kristin Connelly

Bay Area business alliance supports boosting housing supply by all means necessary

Employer group calls for plan that allows them to retain talent at a price that allows for growth Read More »

Coalition aims to help civic leaders strengthen California Community Colleges
June 02, 2017 by Leah Grassini Moehle

Coalition aims to help civic leaders strengthen California Community Colleges

Increasing investment in workforce programs will benefit from informed network of regional leaders Read More »

Explore new workforce tools for closing the soft skills gap in California
June 01, 2017 by Leah Grassini Moehle

Explore new workforce tools for closing the soft skills gap in California

Digital badging programs and real-life work experience proving more important when landing a job Read More »

LinkedIn pilot program connects trade and logistics students to jobs
June 01, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

LinkedIn pilot program connects trade and logistics students to jobs

Job-hunting students will get boost from digital badging and online career services Read More »

California colleges adapt to training workforce for autonomous, flying future
May 30, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

California colleges adapt to training workforce for autonomous, flying future

Producing more workers for drone-filled, robotic 21st-century economy the goal of new curriculum development program Read More »

2017 California Economic Summit heading to San Diego
May 30, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

2017 California Economic Summit heading to San Diego

Sixth annual event tackling housing, workforce, water problems hindering upward mobility Read More »

Five reasons why Silicon Valley needs more housing of all kinds, everywhere, now.
May 25, 2017 by Justin Ewers

Five reasons why Silicon Valley needs more housing of all kinds, everywhere, now.

New housing isn't affordable to majority of residents, making crisis worse Read More »

Workforce needed for California’s expanding life sciences sector
May 22, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Workforce needed for California’s expanding life sciences sector

Wide range of good-paying jobs benefit from industry generating more than $300 billion in output Read More »

Help Wanted: Next generation of auto techs needed in Inland Empire
May 17, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Help Wanted: Next generation of auto techs needed in Inland Empire

Community colleges in region to use new workforce funds to upgrade auto labs for electric and hybrid vehicles Read More »

It took almost ten years, but Napa may have found a way to get housing approved faster, cheaper
May 11, 2017 by Larry Florin

It took almost ten years, but Napa may have found a way to get housing approved faster, cheaper

New tools projected to help housing go up faster than anywhere else in county Read More »

Civil rights groups call Legislature to account on housing crisis, urge expansion of homeownership
May 04, 2017 by Justin Ewers

Civil rights groups call Legislature to account on housing crisis, urge expansion of homeownership

Legislators outline their plans to reverse sharp declines in homeownership since the Great Recession Read More »

Summit presents new housing series A Way Home for CA
May 03, 2017

Summit presents new housing series A Way Home for CA

Series will showcase how communities are working to solve the housing crisis themselves Read More »

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