Single moms work, but gender inequity and the lack of affordable child care leave them unable to work their way into economic security. This webinar will provide a brief overview of what we know about child care supports for parents needing education and training, and discuss a new job training model that couples access to child care with workforce training in higher-paying but traditionally male-dominated jobs like construction.
- A Practical Guide to Including Child Care as a Work Support in Job Training Programs
- Policy Brief: Coupling Child Care with Pathways to Non-Traditional, Higher Paying Work
- Blog: Rethinking Workforce Training for Low-Income Moms https://nwlc.org/blog/rethinking-workforce-training-for-low-income-moms/
- Urban Institute Bridging the Gap Publications