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DC Works is the official podcast of the DC Department of Employment Services. Stay in the know while on the go, staying up to date on workforce issues in the District of Columbia and around the nation, hosted by Director Odie Donald II. For more information, visit https://does.dc.gov or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Latest Episodes

DC Works Ep. 9: Developing Top Talent to Create Change

Richard D. ("Rick") Maher, Vice President and General Manager of Maher & Maher joins Director Donald on the DC Works Podcast to discuss workforce system transformation and how employees are the driving factor behind agency transformations. Additionally, they discuss inspirational leadership and inspiring residents and employees to perform their best.

35 MIN2018 MAR 17
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DC Works Ep. 9: Developing Top Talent to Create Change

DC Works Ep. 8: The Power of Mentorship and Music

Jeffery Tribble Jr., Founder and CEO of The Musicianship joins the DC Works Podcast to discuss connecting youth to opportunities in the District. Mr. Tribble and Director Donald chat carving out career pathways for youth in fields that interest them, reaching youth where they are at and leveraging like-minded mentors to teach them.

24 MIN2018 MAR 17
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DC Works Ep. 8: The Power of Mentorship and Music

DC Works Ep. 7: Unemployment Insurance, A Social Safety Net

Anna Hui, Director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations for the State of Missouri joins the DC Works Podcast to discuss the benefits and myths surrounding unemployment insurance. Seen as a social safety net, unemployment insurance is one way in which employers and the government work together to ensure all citizens are working toward re-employment after losing a job at no fault of their own.

31 MIN2018 MAR 17
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DC Works Ep. 7: Unemployment Insurance, A Social Safety Net

DC Works Ep. 6: Energy and Infrastructure- Creating High Demand, High Earning Careers

The infrastructure industry continues to shape the economy and the American workforce. David M. Velazquez, President and CEO of Pepco Holdings joins the DC Works Podcast to discuss infrastructure in the District and the nation. Director Donald and Mr. Velazquez discuss what Pepco is doing to meet the demands and growth of the industry and how public-private partnerships like the DC Infrastructure Academy are preparing residents to be on the forefront of these high-demand, high-earning career paths.

25 MIN2018 MAR 6
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DC Works Ep. 6: Energy and Infrastructure- Creating High Demand, High Earning Careers

DC Works Ep. 5: #BEENBOSS - Working on Changing the World

Natalie Cofield, the founder of Walker’s Legacy, joins the DC Works podcast for a rousing discussion on how women, specifically millennial women, can utilize their personal prowess to achieve personal success as well as work with government agencies to achieve professional goals. Additionally, Director Donald and Ms. Cofield discuss ways in which the community can connect with agencies to bring about change and create movement in our communities.

38 MIN2018 FEB 28
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DC Works Ep. 5: #BEENBOSS - Working on Changing the World

DC Works Ep. 4: From Here to There, How Investment in Transit is an Investment in the Economy

Mr. Ferdinand L. Risco Jr. of the Transit Authority of River City (TARC) joins the podcast for a discussion on how transit and public transportation is shaping the American workforce and economic development. Transportation is a means of employment and creates a great economic return. Every year, 1.1 million jobs are created and sustained because of public transportation and it is looked at as a driver for economic growth, infrastructure development, and employment.

29 MIN2018 FEB 7
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DC Works Ep. 4: From Here to There, How Investment in Transit is an Investment in the Economy

DC Works Ep. 3: Federal Funds, Local Impact: How the Federal Budget Will Impact The DC Workforce System

Ron Painter, CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards, joins the program this Wednesday to discuss national trends in workforce, and his thoughts on how the federal budget will impact both the local and national workforce system as well as how the District is implementing groundbreaking programs. Discover the connection between the education system and the workforce system and how funding for both systems is crucial for overall economic development in the U.S.

25 MIN2018 JAN 30
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DC Works Ep. 3: Federal Funds, Local Impact: How the Federal Budget Will Impact The DC Workforce System

DC Works Ep. 2: Building Strong Partnerships Between Government and Business

Public and private partnerships are one of the ways in which cities, like Washington, DC, are creating impactful programs that get residents working. This episode features an interview with Thomas Penny, President of Donohoe Hospitality Services. Mr. Penny shares his story of how he rose up in the hospitality industry and the importance of building partnerships between the government and business sector.

18 MIN2018 JAN 24
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DC Works Ep. 2: Building Strong Partnerships Between Government and Business

DC Works Ep. 1: How DC is Winning the National Workforce Race

Scott Sanders, Exec. Director of the National Association of State Workforce Agencies, joins the program to discuss ways in which the District of Columbia has been succeeding at implementing national workforce programs. Mr. Sanders also shares his view about current trends in the national workforce system and opportunities he has seen DC flourish at when it comes to workforce development.

23 MIN2018 JAN 24
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DC Works Ep. 1: How DC is Winning the National Workforce Race
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Latest Episodes

DC Works Ep. 9: Developing Top Talent to Create Change

Richard D. ("Rick") Maher, Vice President and General Manager of Maher & Maher joins Director Donald on the DC Works Podcast to discuss workforce system transformation and how employees are the driving factor behind agency transformations. Additionally, they discuss inspirational leadership and inspiring residents and employees to perform their best.

35 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
DC Works Ep. 9: Developing Top Talent to Create Change

DC Works Ep. 8: The Power of Mentorship and Music

Jeffery Tribble Jr., Founder and CEO of The Musicianship joins the DC Works Podcast to discuss connecting youth to opportunities in the District. Mr. Tribble and Director Donald chat carving out career pathways for youth in fields that interest them, reaching youth where they are at and leveraging like-minded mentors to teach them.

24 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
DC Works Ep. 8: The Power of Mentorship and Music

DC Works Ep. 7: Unemployment Insurance, A Social Safety Net

Anna Hui, Director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations for the State of Missouri joins the DC Works Podcast to discuss the benefits and myths surrounding unemployment insurance. Seen as a social safety net, unemployment insurance is one way in which employers and the government work together to ensure all citizens are working toward re-employment after losing a job at no fault of their own.

31 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
DC Works Ep. 7: Unemployment Insurance, A Social Safety Net

DC Works Ep. 6: Energy and Infrastructure- Creating High Demand, High Earning Careers

The infrastructure industry continues to shape the economy and the American workforce. David M. Velazquez, President and CEO of Pepco Holdings joins the DC Works Podcast to discuss infrastructure in the District and the nation. Director Donald and Mr. Velazquez discuss what Pepco is doing to meet the demands and growth of the industry and how public-private partnerships like the DC Infrastructure Academy are preparing residents to be on the forefront of these high-demand, high-earning career paths.

25 MIN2018 MAR 6
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DC Works Ep. 6: Energy and Infrastructure- Creating High Demand, High Earning Careers

DC Works Ep. 5: #BEENBOSS - Working on Changing the World

Natalie Cofield, the founder of Walker’s Legacy, joins the DC Works podcast for a rousing discussion on how women, specifically millennial women, can utilize their personal prowess to achieve personal success as well as work with government agencies to achieve professional goals. Additionally, Director Donald and Ms. Cofield discuss ways in which the community can connect with agencies to bring about change and create movement in our communities.

38 MIN2018 FEB 28
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DC Works Ep. 5: #BEENBOSS - Working on Changing the World

DC Works Ep. 4: From Here to There, How Investment in Transit is an Investment in the Economy

Mr. Ferdinand L. Risco Jr. of the Transit Authority of River City (TARC) joins the podcast for a discussion on how transit and public transportation is shaping the American workforce and economic development. Transportation is a means of employment and creates a great economic return. Every year, 1.1 million jobs are created and sustained because of public transportation and it is looked at as a driver for economic growth, infrastructure development, and employment.

29 MIN2018 FEB 7
Comments
DC Works Ep. 4: From Here to There, How Investment in Transit is an Investment in the Economy

DC Works Ep. 3: Federal Funds, Local Impact: How the Federal Budget Will Impact The DC Workforce System

Ron Painter, CEO of the National Association of Workforce Boards, joins the program this Wednesday to discuss national trends in workforce, and his thoughts on how the federal budget will impact both the local and national workforce system as well as how the District is implementing groundbreaking programs. Discover the connection between the education system and the workforce system and how funding for both systems is crucial for overall economic development in the U.S.

25 MIN2018 JAN 30
Comments
DC Works Ep. 3: Federal Funds, Local Impact: How the Federal Budget Will Impact The DC Workforce System

DC Works Ep. 2: Building Strong Partnerships Between Government and Business

Public and private partnerships are one of the ways in which cities, like Washington, DC, are creating impactful programs that get residents working. This episode features an interview with Thomas Penny, President of Donohoe Hospitality Services. Mr. Penny shares his story of how he rose up in the hospitality industry and the importance of building partnerships between the government and business sector.

18 MIN2018 JAN 24
Comments
DC Works Ep. 2: Building Strong Partnerships Between Government and Business

DC Works Ep. 1: How DC is Winning the National Workforce Race

Scott Sanders, Exec. Director of the National Association of State Workforce Agencies, joins the program to discuss ways in which the District of Columbia has been succeeding at implementing national workforce programs. Mr. Sanders also shares his view about current trends in the national workforce system and opportunities he has seen DC flourish at when it comes to workforce development.

23 MIN2018 JAN 24
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DC Works Ep. 1: How DC is Winning the National Workforce Race
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