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work+EDU - A Boston Forum on Bridging the Gap Between Education and Jobs
Penn Foster, Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, Boston Private Industry Council and North Shore Community College gather leaders to discuss how best to support job seekers and employers in the fastest growing industries.
By: EdTech Times
work+EDU features dynamic speakers and session leaders from: Penn Foster (Kevin Bauman), Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education (Linda Noonan), Boston Private Industry Council (Alysia Ordway), and North Shore Community College (Dr. Christy Sugarman).
Event advisors include leaders from: Microsoft, North Shore Community College, North Shore Workforce Investment Board, University Ventures and Penn Foster.
EdTech Times and event partners—Jobs for the Future, Knack, Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, Penn Foster and University Ventures—reach more than 30,000 leaders across K-12, higher ed, workforce development agencies, edtech companies and employers.
"We're excited to convene top leaders in workforce education to share best practices and map effective pathways from education into in-demand jobs in the fastest growing industries in our region. Our work in Boston reflects national trends in employment, so we feel this conversation is incredibly timely," said Hakan Satiroglu, founder of EdTech Times and co-founder of LearnLaunch.
"As healthcare, technology and advanced manufacturing industries grow, there is an urgent need to find qualified people to fill in-demand jobs. work+EDU will facilitate the sharing of new effective strategies to meet this vital challenge. Workforce education is core to EdTech Times' mission, which is to report from the intersection of education, technology, innovation and work." said Hester Tinti-Kane, CEO of EdTech Times.
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