Good Jobs Collaborative

This is the Good Jobs Collaborative.
March 8, 2024

The Good Jobs Collaborative is a diverse collective of people and organizations dedicated to advancing a worker-centered workforce development system. Our goal is to build a new narrative to guide workforce development policy that is grounded in principles of economic justice, advances racial and gender equity, is organized around the needs of workers first, and builds opportunities for worker voice and power.

The Good Job Collaborative includes the Advancing Black Strategies Initiative, Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunities Program, Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), Center on Education & Labor at New America, Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), High Road Strategy Center at University of Wisconsin, Jobs to Move America, Jobs with Justice, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Milwaukee Area Service and Hospitality Workers Organization (MASH), Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United, Roosevelt Institute, and the Service Employees International Union.

Learn more about our four worker-centered principles here.