Sector partnerships are comprised of industries with shared needs, as well as various education, workforce, economic, and community organizations in supportive roles. Visit this page to learn more about current programs and initiatives aimed at keeping Iowa growing and strong through collaborative sector strategies.
SECTOR PARTNERSHIP TOOLKITS
A collaborative effort by the state to provide guidance and training on sector partnerships has resulted in the development of a series of downloadable toolkit publications. These toolkits are not exhaustive, but rather aimed at preparing the state and regions to make data-informed critical decisions throughout the three developmental stages of planning, emerging, and sustaining sector partnerships. Each toolkit covers a wide range of topics, advice, real world examples, and supplemental materials that will be helpful at each of these three stages.
Learn about the project and methodology of developing an inventory of sector partnerships across the State of Iowa, see what these partnerships are, and where they exist.
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This document contains IT career pathways information that shows career opportunities for every type of person. Types of occupations include those in infrastructure, application design, programming/development, product development, client relations/customer service, security, data management/strategy, and leadership.
This document contains information and pathways for exciting and well paying career opportunities for every type of person in Energy and Utilities. Types of occupations are spread between six areas: administration & management; customer service & sales; engineering & systems design; installation & maintenance (fleet and facility); plant operations; and transmission & distribution.
This document contains results of research conducted at advanced manufacturing employers across the state. Careers in advanced manufacturing are expected to continue to grow in Iowa, largely due to amazing and innovative advances in technologies with robotics, augmented and virtual reality, and 3D printers. This growth will further increase the need for quality advanced manufacturing education and training programs across the state.