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ETA Workforce Convening: Vision 2030

ETA Workforce Convening: Vision 2030 –
Expanding Access to Quality Jobs and Ensuring Job Equity

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In May of 2023, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA) will provide an opportunity for the public workforce system to come together to ensure that we build an economy that works for all. It will take all of us to meet the needs of our economy and ensure that this Administration’s federal investments are poised to improve life for individuals and communities across America, especially those too often left behind. This convening will be an opportunity to highlight and uplift existing programs, build partnerships and break down silos, catalyze success by scaling up together, and create strategic plans to meet the needs of the future. In service of this important work, ETA will share our vision for the next decade, focused on four guiding pillars:

  • Expanding Opportunities for Underserved Workers and Communities
  • New Industry Partnerships that Lead to Real, Good Jobs
  • Build a Better Care Economy
  • Action Today for the Future of Work

This monumental task requires all facets of our system to come together. Attendees will include representatives from state and local workforce boards, education and training providers, state workforce agencies, community colleges, employers, unions, industry associations, training intermediaries, philanthropy, community-based organizations, academic researchers, and federal and other government partners.

Date & Location

Mark Your Calendar for the Employment and Training Administration Vision 2030 Workforce Convening

  • May 16–18, 2023
  • Hyatt Regency, Crystal City, VA

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Who Should Attend

The Convening will accommodate a limited number of leaders and practitioners who are national, regional, state and local workforce ecosystem professionals. They will attend plenaries, breakout sessions, and workshops delivered by subject matter experts in four different conference tracks.

  • Data | Supporting equity and job quality through innovative collection and use of data throughout the workforce system.

  • Infrastructure | Readying the workforce system to advance proven strategies across infrastructure related investments.

  • Sector | Frameworks and strategies for partnering across public and private stakeholders to meet the labor needs of critical sectors.

  • Youth and Young Workers | Strategies, practices, and models to support youth employment outcomes and quality career pathways for young people ages 14-24.

Event Cost & Registration

There is no cost to attend the convening, but online registration is required. Please note that all meeting attendees are responsible for their own travel expenses.

All attendees must be registered by May 1, 2023 (note that the hotel reservation deadline is April 24th)

Don’t delay – space is limited!

Hotel and Travel Arrangements

All attendees are responsible for booking and paying for their own travel and hotel accommodations. A block of rooms has been secured for the convening. Click on the link below to reserve your hotel room.

Hyatt Regency, Crystal City, VA

Attendees are encouraged to make their hotel reservations as soon as possible to secure the government rate. The hotel reservation deadline is as follows:

  • Reserve hotel by April 24, 2023 at Hyatt Regency, Crystal City, VA

Questions and More Information

Stay tuned to this page; updates to follow in the coming weeks.


Please contact Torrie Nickerson with The GA Team by email at or phone at 202.547.6340 with questions

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