ACHE’s exciting Summer Webinar Series is back and we are happy to announce that our next webinar will take place on June 17th at 2:00 pm CT.
The webinar is titled ‘From Inputs to Outputs: Education to Employment.’
This session explores how discussions about educational outcomes have become increasingly focused on career outcomes, with resulting new responsibilities for colleges and universities to foster work readiness and employability. En route, we’ll seek to identify the role of collaboration between institutions of higher learning and employers in realizing these sorts of outcomes, and consider diverse opportunities for partnership that can enhance outcomes for students, employers, and institutions. Supporting this analysis will be a summary of a small number of cases of institutions employing work readiness approaches in non-traditional student contexts.
ACHE Member Registration – Free
Non-Member Registration – $30
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Managing Director, Huron Consulting Group
Peter works with college and university leaders to assist them in setting strategy to support institutional differentiation, growth, expansion, and improved performance. He has worked with hundreds of institutions across the U.S. and globally to support their efforts to reach new audiences and achieve compelling student outcomes by focusing on work readiness and employability, competency-based education models, online learning, adaptive learning, geographic expansion, internationalization, and non-traditional student markets.
In order to prepare for this webinar, I felt that it would be a great idea to reflect on one of last year’s excellent summer webinars. Last June, Leah Ben-Ami from Northeastern University and Amie Ader-Beeler from Southern New Hampshire University presented a compelling webinar for ACHE. It was titled ‘Making Your Mark in Continuing Education.’ Their presentation was insightful, informative, and was well organized.
89 continuing education professionals from across the United States and Canada registered for the webinar, and Leah and Amie did a wonderful job, as did the Technitian for the webinar, Tim Harper at Northeastern University.
To view a full recording of ACHE’s last June Webinar, follow this link: http://nuonline.adobeconnect.com/p4ncqxty3er
We hope you register for the first installation of this year’s Summer Webinar Series – remember to register now because only about thirty registrations are left as of 6/15/2015.
ACHE thanks Peter Stokes for his participation in our 2015 Summer Webinar Series. Visit the Huron Consulting website at http://www.huronconsultinggroup.com/
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