Register today for the MCTA kick-off happening May 13 from 3-5pm Eastern!

With over 100,000 credentials being offered in the Midwest and no consistent way to compare them, it is important to bring clarity and accessibility to information about the full range of credentials leading to careers. The objective for this meeting is to bring together key stakeholders from across the Midwest region to foster an alliance around credential transparency. Credential transparency is an approach to making essential information about credentials and competencies public, easily accessible, and actionable so that credentials can be better understood and pursued based on what it takes to earn them, what they represent, and the jobs they can lead to.

Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) and Credential Engine have designed an engaging agenda that will help build professional networks across the Midwest and identify key topics for future engagement. Whether you are just beginning to explore this topic, or are further along with your development, we welcome you to the Alliance.

Who should attend:

  • State government officials: Legislators, leaders, Governor’s office staff, and staff connected with state education and workforce departments, agencies, & commissions
  • Secondary and Postsecondary Credential Providers: Presidents, chief academic officers, superintendents, principals, provosts, deans, career services staff, academic affairs staff, & faculty
  • Data managers: Chief technology officers, chief data officers, business analysts, institutional researchers, & registrars
  • Business Community: Hiring managers, human resources staff, economic developers, workforce training professionals, & chambers of commerce

We look forward to working with you and hope you will register today for our official kick-off event. Please share this invitation with others in your network who might be interested as well.

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