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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.

How to provide a learning environment for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)

In order to be able to provide learners an environment where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is to be realized, active participation for all learners must be prioritized. Learning experiences...

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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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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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Bridging the Gap between Higher Education and Employers: Developing Curriculum Pathways

What does a higher education credential represent? Employers report that it is the responsibility of higher education institutions to prepare graduates for the workforce, yet research supports the...

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If your institution or organization is seeking guidance, solutions, or support from CAEL, or if you have an idea for a future collaboration initiative with us, please reach out. We'd love to connect.

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