The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and Credo Education present:
Wednesday, February 20, 1:00 – 2:00pm EST
Do students need to develop better foundational skills? How can data and assessment drive skill development?
Join Credo Education CEO Mike Sweet and Vice President of Partnerships, Dr. Brent Keltner, as they discuss the growing need for foundational skills development to prepare students for the world of work. Explore how these skills are developed and ultimately affect students’ skills narratives and their employability. Identify new strategies and technologies to bolster this skill set in students who engage with your career services office and look at examples of other institutions and how they have addressed this deficiency.
Following this program, you will be able to:
- Understand the root causes of foundational skills deficiency and the implications for student employability
- Develop a strategy for teaching and measuring critical thinking, communication, cultural awareness, and other foundational skills
- Analyze assessment data collected and identify how it is used to align faculty, student, and career center needs
Author: Duncan Whitmire
Marketing Writer, Before joining Credo in 2012, Duncan worked in the circulation department of his local public library, and as a Student Services Coordinator in a school for children with special needs. In his free time he writes fiction that has been published in dozens of literary magazines and anthologies.