Stackable skills

09.09.20 03:05 PM By joshmorby

Join Education Strategy Group and National Skills Coalition on September 29

In light of high unemployment and economic uncertainty, there is growing interest from policymakers, business leaders, and workers in the potential of non-degree credentials to help support rapid transitions to family-supporting jobs, especially where such credentials can serve as an entry point for further education and training. The National Skills Coalition and Education Strategy Group have planned a webinar on September 29 at 2 pm to discuss why some credentials stack and others don't. At the National Work Readiness Council we're strong advocates for promoting of soft skills for all workers. 

JoinYou can click on the link below for details about the upcoming presentation that will feature: 

  • Dr. Lindsay Daughtery, Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation 
  • Dr. Girard Melancon, Vice Chancellor for Workforce Solutions at Baton Rouge Community College 
  • Dr. Mark Mitsui, President, Portland Community College (OR)

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