America Needs All of Us: A Toolkit for Talking About Race, Bias and Change
How Immigrants Are Revitalizing Local Economies
NH Nursing Diversity Pipeline Project - Final Report
From 2010 - 2013, the NH Nursing Diversity Pipeline Project (NDPP) was New Hampshire's first workforce development program to explicitly address the state's shortage of nurses and nurse faculty of color. This report synthesizes lessons learned and emerging best practices and offers recommendations to grow and sustain nursing workforce diversity into the future.
Guide to Immigrant Economic Development
A Strong Economic Future Relies on Welcoming Communities
An Overview of NH's Foreign-born Population
A strong economic future relies on welcoming communities. As has always been the case, New Hampshire’s economic future relies on recruiting and retaining a vibrant workforce. But we face particular challenges today that must be addressed if we are to have a stable and productive workforce for the future. First, our population of older adults leaving the workforce is growing. This trend will create gaps in critical workforce needs. And, over the past decade, fewer workers have moved into New Hampshire from other U.S. states. Immigrants have been a steady resource for filling gaps in our workforce. This report documents the diverse opportunities offered by NH's foreign-born workers.
Three-minute video explains structural racism
Missing Persons? Health Care Workforce Diversity in NH
This issue brief was produced under the research projects Beyond Supply and Demand, funded by the Endowment for Health, and the Healthcare Employer Research Initiative, funded by the U.S. Administration for Children and Families.