The Find Something New campaign was created by the Ad Council to inspire and empower Americans to achieve career success
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FindSomethingNew.org is created in cooperation with leading private, public and nonprofit sector partners
The American Workforce Policy Advisory Board provides guidance to the National Council for the American Worker on ways to combat the skills and employment gap by investing in and increasing demand-driven education, training, re-training and other work-based learning opportunities.Learn more about the AWPAB task force
On July 19, 2018, President Donald Trump signed an executive order establishing the National Council for the American Worker to develop a national strategy for training and retraining needed workers across high-demand industries.
As part of the strategy, the Trump administration is asking companies and trade groups across the country to sign its Pledge to America’s Workers—committing to educating, training and re-skilling American workers.
More than 400 companies and organizations have signed the Pledge and will provide training for over 14.5 million workers over the next five years.
4 questions to find a path for your career today
1. Are you looking for a brand-new career, or a better job in a field you already know?
2. If you were to start on a path to your ideal career today, how much time could you devote to learning new skills or mastering skills you have already?
3. Are you eligible for programs offered to veterans and families of veterans?
4. Do you have a high school diploma or high school equivalency, or are you already on the path to getting one? (Want to skip this? Just click “Next.”)