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November 16-18, 2022

CAEL Annual Conference

Where leaders from across the work-learn-earn spectrum come together to connect and generate ideas for promoting education and career success that benefits entire communities.

Partner Spotlight

Join us at 2 p.m. ET on May 26 to hear from three of CAEL’s workforce development partners. They will be discussing their ongoing strategies to link learning and work in their regions. Key topics...

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Bridging the Skills Gap Webinar

                Description: Learners are increasingly seeking faster alternatives to traditional degrees and are turning to non-traditional programs, which are well-positioned in the market to...

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Book Talk — Growing Fairly: How to Build Opportunity and Equity in Workforce Development

You are invited to a virtual book talk featuring Stephen Goldsmith, Derek Bok Professor of the Practice of Urban Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and Kate Markin Coleman, director of ias...

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Roadmaps to Success

Why this course? Adult learners are the new “normal” students, but many postsecondary systems are not optimized to serve their unique needs. This self-paced one-hour microcourse is designed to build...

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Stackable Credentials: Living Links Between Learning and Work

Stackable credentials pave the way forward for adult learners, as they create space for as many educational on- and off-ramps as the learner needs. The destination can be a microcredential, a...

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Accelerating change: How listening to adult learners can supercharge your efforts to achieve more equitable outcomes (Recording)

Millions of American adults considering a return to education are seeking work-relevant training that gets them closer to their career goals, and can fit in with their many responsibilities and...

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Leveraging Alternative Pathways to Meet Students Where They Are

What are the obstacles that hinder adult learners on their path to earning a degree? How can institutions help students to overcome these obstacles and find success?

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Making Your Mark with Microcredentials

Microcredentialing has always been in the portfolio of higher education divisions geared to serving non-traditional learners, but as they’re beginning to make their presence felt across more...

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Maximizing Federal Relief for Adult Students

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress allocated three rounds of financial relief through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) to support students and institutions of higher...

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