Strategies for Transformative Change: NRC Resiliency Competency Model

The Northeast Resiliency Consortium (NRC) set out to address what resiliency means in times of crisis, change, and challenge, including finding ways for community colleges to innovate while simultaneously creating a highly skilled and resilient workforce across the healthcare, information technology, and environmental/utility sectors.

The NRC is a partnership led by Passaic County Community College in partnership with Achieving the Dream and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and funded by a Round Three U.S. Department of Labor Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant. The NRC is made up of seven Northeast community colleges addressing what resiliency means in times of crisis, change, and challenge. The NRC also includes Bunker Hill (MA), Kingsborough and LaGuardia (NY), Housatonic and Capital (CT), and Atlantic Cape (NJ) community colleges—all of which have responded and adapted to economic stressors, local crises, and large-scale natural disasters in the past five years like Hurricane Sandy, the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, and the Boston Marathon bombings.

The NRC recently released a brief containing one of its core strategies:  Resiliency Competency Model.   

For more information regarding this work, please mark your calendars and participate in the NRC webinar series.  The first webinar will be on Tuesday, July 26 and focus on introducing the consortium and its goals as well as providing information about the resiliency competency model’s development and use.   Registration will be available at the end of June in our Events section.

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