November 16 at 2:00pm
Please join us online at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, for an in-depth look at apprenticeship models in higher education. Offered as part of National Apprenticeship Week, you will hear from faculty and staff at USHE institutions currently engaged in creating apprenticeships, including some aligned to degrees and certificates. Panelists will share their challenges and successes as they work through the process of creating higher education apprenticeships. They will answer your questions and help your institution learn how to leverage this valuable model to support student success and align work and learning.
In addition, Melisa Stark, Commissioner of Apprenticeships at the Department of Workforce Services, will join us to share the “how-to” and “why” of apprenticeships, what makes for a high-quality apprenticeship, and successful models that have been used in higher education. USHE Commissioner Dave Woolstenhulme will also share his thoughts on future apprenticeships and workforce alignment at USHE institutions.
This event is open to everyone; please share with your higher ed colleagues and friends.
Registration is free and open to all USHE employees.