2015-2016 Annual Report is out now!

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This year at the TRC we are celebrating ten years of innovation and service in research, outreach, and workforce development! We have had a great year filled with exciting speakers, interesting webinars, and outstanding achievements. Some of the highlights include the seminar led by Matthew Barth from the University of California-Riverside, … Continue reading

Apply Now: Emerging Leaders in Transportation Fellowship

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Image and article courtesy of NYU Rudin Center for Transportation. The Emerging Leaders in Transportation fellowship program aims to enhance the toolkit of early-career employees to make transportation more efficient, effective and people-oriented. In this competitive fellowship program, participants will learn from top transportation and management professionals to enhance leadership skills, communication techniques and policy work to … Continue reading

Don’t Miss This Upcoming NETWC Webinar!

On Wednesday, July 20th, from 1:30 to 3:00pm, the Northeast Transportation Workforce Center will host a webinar called “Transportation: A Natural Vehicle for Integrated STEM Learning.” The webinar will explore STEM learning in programs using a transportation lens through informal educational settings. It will build on the findings from the 2015 … Continue reading

Upcoming NETWC Round Table Discussion!

On Thursday, July 14th, from 1:30 to 3:00pm, the Northeast Transportation Workforce Center will host a round table discussion called “Filling the Gaps: Professional Development Programs Designed for Transportation Personnel.” This event will focus on professional development programs for adults in the public sector transportation industry. Interested? Click here for … Continue reading

Transportation Works Summer 2016

The latest issue of Transportation Works is now available from the Northeast Transportation Workforce Center (NETWC). Some of the key highlights of this issue include the two exciting events hosted by the NETWC that will be coming up in a few short weeks. The first, “Filling the Gaps: Professional Development Programs Designed for … Continue reading