"This tech hub designation tells other companies that we're ready," Pennington said. "The benefit of being a tech hub is all the opportunity that it's going to provide residents and businesses that are here now and those that are coming."
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance’s Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Job Training Secures Aviation Education Funding from Aeronautics Commission
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance was recently featured in Pacific Standard Magazine.
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance (TCW) was recently named one of the Tulsa Area United Way’s Partner Agencies.
A recent NYT article featuring an interview with one of our CNC machinist graduates
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance was honored to be interviewed by The Christian Science Monitor recently.
The New York Times recently reported on the success of the WorkAdvance model, as substantiated by data gathered by MDRC.
The Tulsa Area United Way announced recipients of Social Innovation Grants recently.
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance (TCW), part of the Madison Strategies Group, recently received a $35,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett announced recently that a $250,000 grant will help in expanding job training and placement in Tulsa.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett spoke to the participants of Transportation Connections WorkAdvance (TCW) yesterday at the program’s second-ever graduation ceremony.
Transportation Connections WorkAdvance is the pathway to getting trained in transportation, manufacturing or the aerospace industry.
TCW, a non-profit organization in downtown Tulsa, is helping unemployed and underemployed Tulsa residents gain access to quality jobs in the transportation industry and then advance in those jobs