Henry L. “Hank” Lacayo Institute for Workforce and Community Studies
The Henry L. “Hank” Lacayo Institute for Workforce & Community Studies (hereafter, the HLI) examines the connections between the development of economic opportunities through job creation and sustainability and its impact on the quality of people’s lives. The HLI is an independent non-profit, non-partisan public policy organization. Its objectives are to address the importance of workforce and community issues relating to the sustainability of our regional, statewide, national and global economies, the vitality of communities, and the connection between opportunity and quality of life in society. The HLI is named for workforce and community leader Henry L. “Hank” Lacayo, long-time labor leader and advisor to U.S. Presidents, Governors and other political leaders nationally and internationally.
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- Supporting applied scholarship through opportunities for focused research and publication through the Lacayo Fellows programs for scholars and students;
- Building capacity to publish and disseminate useful, nonpartisan information about the regional economy and its relationship to the state, the nation, and the world;
- Developing mentor opportunities for undergraduate students through internship placements, funded undergraduate research opportunities and coursework;
- Providing education about workforce issues to the community through seminars, conferences, speakers series and the dissemination of applied research on job development and quality of life issues.
Dr. Elizabeth Hartung
Executive Director, Hank Lacayo Institute
One University Drive
CSU Channel Islands
Camarillo CA 93012