A recent webcast, hosted by Kaplan and available on demand, hones in on how to advance the work readiness of graduates with "Credegrees," programs that encompass a traditional bachelor degree and an industry-recognized skill or credential. During the webcast, Why College Will Soon Be about Credegrees, Workcred's executive director, Roy Swift, Ph.D., and Karen Elzey, associate executive director, joined education experts to discuss how prospective students, universities, and employers alike can use the "Credegree" strategy to strengthen workforce success.
The session covers how colleges and universities can implement "Credegree" programs, with insights on how early adopters of this strategy, including Lynn University, are implementing it on their campuses. Learn more about this concept from experts:
Formed in 2014, Workcred is an affiliate of the American National Standards Institute whose mission is to strengthen workforce quality by improving the credentialing system, ensuring its ongoing relevance, and preparing employers, workers, educators, and governments to use it effectively. Workcred's vision is a labor market that relies on the relevance, quality, and value of workforce credentials for opportunities, growth, and development. Learn more at www.workcred.org.