Future Trends in Information Technology
InterLink brings together many groups to develop information on the future of the workforce in North Central Texas. The alliance includes secondary and post secondary education, business, government, trade and membership organizations, chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, workforce boards and others.
Like pieces of a puzzle, there are many factors to consider when forecasting a labor market such as: the current and historical workforce; the existing economy; current and future skill and education levels of the region's population; demographic trends of the area; effects of technology, changes in business trends and practices, and government regulations; off shoring and outsourcing of the workforce and; other factors. Resources provided by the InterLink's alliance partners help bring the workforce puzzle into a clear picture of future career opportunities for the North Central Texas Region.
Presentations and Workshops
InterLink's presentations bring labor market information alive by including real time information on careers, skill and education needs of employers, and current and future trends in the regional, state, national and global work force. Learn More
InterLink provides Targeted Occupation Information to 135 secondary school districts and 33 college districts within the 16 county North Texas region. Learn More
- Model Program – State of Texas
- Outstanding Community Volunteer – Career and Technology Directors of Texas
- Civil Rights Partnership Award – U. S. Department Of Transportation
- Human Resource Leadership Award – Association of Training & Development
- National Technical Honor Society