Senator Mike Braun and Senator John Hickenlooper Announced as Speakers for Credential Engine’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

On December 7th, Credential Engine will be (virtually) celebrating its 5th anniversary and acknowledging all that has been achieved with its many partners.  The organization has been working to bring full transparency to the vast and chaotic education and occupational credentials marketplace.   Senators Braun and Hickenlooper will discuss the value of credential transparency, their states’

State Speakers Announced for Credential Engine’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

On December 7th, Credential Engine will be (virtually) celebrating its 5th anniversary and acknowledging all that has been achieved with our many partners.  The organization has been working to bring full transparency to the vast and chaotic education and occupational credentials marketplace.   The 5th anniversary celebration will feature the release of the latest “Counting Credentials”

Transparency: November 2022 Newsletter

The November 2022 edition of Transparency, Credential Engine’s once-monthly newsletter, went out earlier this month. If you missed it, you can read it online. To be in the know and receive your own copy of the newsletter, you can sign up here. Each month, we provide an overview of Credential Engine news, events, state, policy, and technology

State Receives $500,000 from Walmart to Strengthen Paths to Economic Prosperity for All Coloradans

Last week the Colorado Workforce Development Council announced a $500,000 grant from Walmart in support of Colorado’s Advancing Individual Ownership of Assets and Career Determination initiative. The grant will enable the Colorado Workforce Development Council, Colorado Department of Higher Education, Credential Engine, and partners to help Coloradans make informed career decisions and access quality training

Southern New Hampshire University Seeks to Unlock Opportunities with the Credential Transparency Description Language

“Imagine a new normal where students can see what knowledge and skills are required to earn a credential.” – Dr. Paul LeBlanc, Students First (p. 63) Students deserve equitable access to information about their education and career options, including transparency about the skills and competencies that they achieve in courses and credentials. Working together, Credential

Speakers Announced for Credential Engine’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

On December 7th, Credential Engine will be (virtually) celebrating its fifth anniversary and celebrating all that has been achieved with its many partners.  The organization has been working to bring full transparency to the vast and chaotic education and occupational credentials marketplace.   If you haven’t registered yet, we invite you to join us on December

Podcast: How to Make Credentials Transparent – with Scott Cheney, CEO of Credential Engine

Scott Cheney, CEO of Credential Engine, joined The EdUp Experience podcast hosted by Dr. Joe Sallustio and cohost Dr. Bill Pepicello. The episode is titled “How to Make Credentials Transparent.” Episode Description: How is Scott & his team working to create a transparent & common credentialing language, why is this work necessary, & how will

Credential Engine is Hiring for a Solutions Developer!

Credential Engine is seeking a Solutions Developer to join its technical team. Credential Engine is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Status: Full-time Location: Remote, flexible in the United

Transparency: October 2022 Newsletter

The October 2022 edition of Transparency, Credential Engine’s once-monthly newsletter, went out earlier this month. If you missed it, you can read it online. To be in the know and receive your own copy of the newsletter, you can sign up here. Each month, we provide an overview of Credential Engine news, events, state, policy, and technology