Building Bridges: Creating Higher Education-Employer Partnerships that Work for Students

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- Add to Calendar 2022-07-11 14:00:00 2022-07-11 15:00:00 Building Bridges: Creating Higher Education-Employer Partnerships that Work for Students Given the complexity of California’s higher education and workforce ecosystem, decision makers must understand the barriers that keep meaningful higher education-employer partnerships from occurring. These relationships are central to boosting student employment outcomes, ensuring workforce needs are met, and sustaining the state’s economic strength and competitiveness. Join California Competes and panelists of stakeholders across the education-to-work continuum on to discuss the main factors that impede these engagements from happening and what practices can create better alignment and effective collaborations for all parties involved. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Given the complexity of California’s higher education and workforce ecosystem, decision makers must understand the barriers that keep meaningful higher education-employer partnerships from occurring. These relationships are central to boosting student employment outcomes, ensuring workforce needs are met, and sustaining the state’s economic strength and competitiveness. Join California Competes and panelists of stakeholders across the education-to-work continuum on to discuss the main factors that impede these engagements from happening and what practices can create better alignment and effective collaborations for all parties involved. Free registration.


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