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Improving the Pipeline from Education to Work
As we look to upskill tens of millions of people and ensure a competitive labor market in the future, what is the role of employers in sustaining alternative higher ed pathways and credentialing models? This webinar will look at how employers, traditional colleges and universities, as well as organizations bridging the gap between education and work, are designing new, individualized pathways to employment.

During this Office Hour, we’ll examine along with a panel of experts and in the live chat that crowdsources the knowledge of the audience how education leaders can reduce the friction that often exists for learners breaking into the workforce.

Among the issues we’ll examine:
✅ The role “micro-internships” can play in leveling the playing field for all kinds of learners.
✅ How intermediaries can connect learners to institutions and provide critical wrap-around services such as childcare, technology, career coaching and financial help.
✅ Ways micro-credentials, stackable credentials, and improved transfer pathways can improve student success.

-Jeffrey Moss, founder and CEO, Parker Dewey
-Lauren Trent, CEO, AdvanceEDU
-Anne Kress, President, Northern Virginia Community College

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