Transforming Communities; Creating Jobs and Restoring Opportunity
Transforming Communities

Strategies to Create Jobs and Restore Opportunity
Join with the National Employment Law Project and many of our friends and allies on June 1-2 in Flint, Michigan as we examine real-world policies and strategies for transforming our communities. Our conference will feature experts and activists who lead reform campaigns and effective programs that communities can adopt to create good jobs, build safer neighborhoods, and restore opportunity.

Who should attend?

  • Community-based organizations
  • Faith-based groups
  • Unions
  • Employers
  • Grassroots organizers
  • Public officials
  • Helping-agency staff
Workshops include:
  • High road economic development
  • Community benefit agreements
  • Living wages and wage theft
  • Co-ops and employee ownership
  • Older workers and youth employment
There is no registration fee for the conference!