The Collective Work

The Collective Work

Our Collective Work

We have always believed that TOGETHER WE CAN DO BETTER. RMP continues to be a place where people can come together and find common ground.

To that end, we have prioritized four areas where this network is uniquely positioned to engage in collaborative projects that:

  • Are not duplicative of efforts already underway through partner organizations or elsewhere in the region
  • Build on or enhance efforts partners are already working on
  • Fillscritical gaps to support better coordination and cohesion across efforts

Click on each logo to learn more about the work underway.

Support increasing the number of pathways to Top Jobs and number of learners on these pathways by driving efforts to increase funding for school districts and community colleges and helping partners understand what’s happening along pathways to increase synergy in their work to yield better results Support community members to have more equitable access to jobs and employers to expand their labor pool by improving their hiring, retention, and employee advancement practices
Increase the accessibility and availability of affordable and income-aligned housing throughout the region and improve educational and workforce outcomes for community members living in affordable housing Support efforts to reduce opioid related overdose deaths and ensure opioid substance use is not a barrier for people to enter and thrive in the workforce by facilitating a Regional Council that distributes funding from state litigation settlement dollars


How is This Not Duplicating Good Work Underway?

Our dedicated team brings partners doing work in priority areas together so everyone can do their pieces well in a more coordinated way, and also helps to fill the gaps for what is not already in place to meet our goals. Collective work also doesn’t mean the work must be exclusively collective. Although network partners do come together to engage in collective strategies, each partner brings its own role, function, work, resources, expertise, and data to achieve results.