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Webinar: How to Build & Scale a Community Engagement Program to Connect Industry & Education

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
4:30 pm5:30 pm
Webinar: How to Build & Scale a Community Engagement Program to Connect Industry & Education

You are invited to attend a free webinar presented via a collaboration of the National Cryptologic Foundation, CERIAS (Purdue University), CTE Educators, and Nepris. Learn more below and click the link at the end of the page to register for this free webinar.

Industry associations, foundations, and companies alike have now come to realize that strong industry-to-education outreach programs are vital to the continuity, growth, and success of their sectors. Industry leaders across the globe are implementing community engagement programs that maximize employee and partner engagement, increase overall reach, and develop their future workforce, while education leaders search for ways to connect students to careers.

Hear from those ahead of the curve with their industry engagement programs, and see how they found success leveraging partnerships, out-of-the-box thinking, and technologies to scale virtual, education outreach programs with students and schools. Virtual tours and work-based learning experiences - now done fully virtual - are engaging remote employees and industry partners with students everywhere, bridging the gap between industry and education.

Learn best practices, lessons learned, and how to implement a virtual, skills-based volunteering program that engages employees and industry partners, is easy for education collaborators, and prepares the next-gen workforce to be both college- and career-ready.

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