CPES Launch Webinar
Helping Low-Income Adults and Disadvantaged Youth Earn Credentials and Build Careers: Leading Foundations Speak about Policy Priorities
Postsecondary education and credentials are key to economic mobility for individuals and economic competitiveness for our nation. Yet too many low-income adults and disadvantaged youth are locked out of the opportunity to earn credentials and are falling further and further behind. To combat this national challenge, CLASP has launched a new project, the Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success (C-PES). Join us as we kick-off C-PES with a policy discussion featuring thought leaders from the Ford Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Joyce Foundation. Each of these foundations has made improving postsecondary access and success a top priority. During this webinar, they’ll discuss their specific policy priorities for helping lower-income adults and disadvantaged youth attain postsecondary credentials and achieve economic mobility.
Sign up below for this webinar to hear more about this exciting new project and our core policy areas of focus and activities. We’ll also provide a quick sample of our C-PES work and resources, including a short update on federal policies and opportunities and a short intro to our new career pathways toolkit for states.
Featured Speakers Include:
Hector Cordero-Guzman, Ph.D.
Program Officer, Asset Building and Community Development Program
Director of Education, Postsecondary Success, and Special Initiatives
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Employment Program Manager
Julie Strawn (Co-Moderator)
Senior Fellow, Workforce Development
Evelyn Ganzglass (Co-Moderator)
Director, Workforce Development
For more information about this webinar or CLASP’s Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success, please contact Marcie Foster at 202-906-8033 or email@example.com.