College Promise Careers Institute, Nov. 16-18, 2020
Technological, cultural, & economic shifts are reshaping work as we know it. In these volatile times, America is faced with the opportunity to rebuild our education, training, and workforce infrastructures to address the challenges faced by workers. Exacerbated by a global pandemic, now more than ever we must unite to reimagine the systems in place and innovate towards a more inclusive and just workforce.
Join hundreds of our nation’s leading practitioners, educators, employers, and thought leaders for a 3-day summit to tackle the most complex challenges American workers face — from the role of artificial intelligence to the role of free college in order to maintain a competitive edge. One thing is clear: it’s going to take all of us!
Preparing Students for a Changing Workforce
Nov. 16, 2020, 3:00-3:45 pm, EST
School systems are helping students adapt to rapid changes in the workplace and other impacts of rapid digitization. From incorporating digital skills into curriculum to building employer partnerships, K-12 schools across the country are innovating with career and technical education to prepare students for future careers.
- Stan Litow – President Emeritus, IBM Foundation & Vice President Emeritus, IBM’s Global Corporate Citizenship
- Chuck Ambrose – President and CEO, KnowledgeWorks
- Lisa Petrides – Founder & CEO, Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management (facilitator)