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Connect Your Learners’ Records to Employment Pathways

by NSC Blog | Apr 18, 2022 | Clearinghouse Academy, Learning Employment Records, Myhub, Transcript & Data Exchange Services |

Register for Our April 28 Webinar

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!

Today’s learners may gain skills and credentials in college, online, at their workplaces, through nondegree programs, or through industry associations. To paint a full picture of a learner’s acquired knowledge, skills, and abilities, all these achievements should count. Help your learners leverage these academic and employment records all in one place with a digital wallet and modern pathway tools!

Speakers include:

Tara Conrad, Manager of Learner Mobility and Experience at the National Student Clearinghouse. Tara enhances data connectivity for learner achievement records and solutions leveraging the learner data.

Melissa Buckley, Director, Relationship Management Resources and Analytics at the National Student Clearinghouse. Melissa helps drive the Industry Credentials Initiative and expand the Clearinghouse’s dataset to serve the education and workforce communities.

Ian Davidson, Chief Growth Officer of iDatafy. Ian is responsible for the growth of the company’s lead product SmartResume. SmartResume is the world’s first certified resume and allows any job seeker to connect with a certified talent marketplace where they can be discovered and recruited by employers without hiring bias.

Register today to discover how to empower your learners to experience seeing accomplishments in a single, secure location — no matter where, when, or how those learning achievements were earned!

Register for this webinar to:

  • Discover lessons learned to support learner mobility and skills gap analysis.
  • Empower lifelong learners to curate, share and apply their learning and employment achievements in meaningful ways.
  • See how traditional academic data, open badges, co-curricular, non-credit achievements, and comprehensive learner records can provide powerful tools, insights, and pathways for learners.

Can’t attend the webinar? You should still register — all registrants will receive a recording of the webinar and a copy of the presentation.

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