The Myhub platform, which is FERPA compliant, provides an educational digital wallet containing verified academic credentials that empowers learners with a single, secure location to curate all achievements from a variety of sources.
The National Student Clearinghouse will host a webinar, “Connect Your Learners’ Records to Employment Pathways,” on Thursday, April 28, from 2-3 pm ET. Register today!
Discover how Learning & Employment Records will change the way education institutions and employers meaningfully value education, skills, and prior learning.
Join us for the “Connecting Learning to Earning: The Power of a Learner-Owned Record” webinar on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 2 pm to 3 pm ET, to learn how a Learning & Employment Record will translate a learners’ full education, training, and work experience to a record of transferable skills. Register today to attend!
Check out the live webinars available from the Clearinghouse Academy in October 2021.
For college and university registrars, enrollment managers and career placement officers, matching education attainments and skills presents an opportunity to empower students to take ownership of their education and their future careers.
Data Transparency: The Key to Solving the Skills Gap and Benefiting Employers, Educators and Learners
Attend our webinar on June 9 at 2 pm ET to learn about the Clearinghouse’s data collection beyond a traditional education to include credentials and skills that people attain through lifelong learning!
5 Takeaways from Employers, Educational Institutions, and the Clearinghouse on Advancing a Skills-Based Workforce
A national, learning and employment record infrastructure will support learners by enabling them and institutions of learning to match their skills and attainment to career positions they are pursuing.
This year, with the deepest commitment we can make, we will further enable learners, institutions, and enterprises to move forward and rebuild in 2021.
COVID-19 has identified many legacy systems that aren’t as effective anymore, as well as accelerated important changes in how we understand the future of work. Educational institutions need to adapt to properly prepare the labor market for a rapidly changing future.