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

New Credential Engine & ARM Institute Partnership to Address Needs for Skills-Based Economy

Credential Engine joins ARM Institute consortium; new partnership leads to opportunities for students, workers, and employers. April 28, 2022 – A new partnership between the ARM Institute and Credential Engine will help students and workers looking for manufacturing careers working with robotics, as it will lead to new capabilities both for Credential Engine and the ARM Institute’s national workforce

Accreditor to Chair Board of Credential Transparency Nonprofit

HLC President Barbara Gellman-Danley brings a powerful vision, experience to innovative nonprofit as ACE President Ted Mitchell and former New Jersey Workforce Commissioner Aaron Fichtner take-on new leadership roles. March 29, 2022 (Washington, D.C.) — Credential Engine, a nonprofit organization leading the nation’s work on credential transparency that empowers people to find the pathways that

Credential Engine is Working with States to Address Workforce Needs

Credential Engine is leveraging its expertise and technology to support three states’ – New York, Michigan, and California – Reimagine Workforce Preparation Grants from the U.S. Department of Education. March 9, 2022 (Washington, D.C.) — Credential Engine, a national nonprofit organization working to map the credential landscape with clear and consistent information to empower people

Introducing the Council on Credential Transparency & Equitable Pathways, Transfer, and Recognition of Learning

Credential Engine has established an Advisory Council to inform its efforts to leverage credential transparency to best understand, identify, describe, and navigate pathways, transfer, and recognition of learning to help stakeholders obtain equitable access to and equitable outcomes from education and training. March 7, 2022 (Washington, D.C.) — Credential Engine, a national nonprofit, is excited

Credential Engine, Ohio, Alabama, Indiana, and Colorado Bring Greater Transparency to Secondary School Credentials

Credential Engine — with support from the Walton Family Foundation and others — will work with four states to map secondary school credentials to better understand paths available from education to careers, and build better data infrastructures other states can leverage to better support learners and workers. March 3, 2022 (Washington D.C.) — As part

Territorium & Credential Engine Partner to Help Learners Map Their Credentials to Real World Job Data

Through this partnership students will be able to leverage Territorium’s AI job algorithms and cross reference their skills with Credential Engine’s Open Standard Credential Registry and Credential Finder SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Territorium, a global education technology leader, today announced it has partnered with Credential Engine (CE), a non-profit whose mission is to create credential transparency through

The Credential Registry Now Includes Advanced Placement Coursework and Exams

Advanced Placement course, exam, and skills information will be searchable, comparable, and better aligned to offerings from other providers through the Credential Registry February 15, 2022 (Washington, D.C.) — Credential Engine has uploaded 14 STEM Advanced Placement (AP®) assessments and courses to the Credential Registry — a cloud-based library that collects, maintains, and connects information

Credential Engine Will Use Linked, Open Data to Improve Learning and Employment Records

With a grant from Walmart, Credential Engine will work with various states to inform how learning and employment records can be effectively implemented through linked, open data to provide people the ability to manage their credential and skill information to facilitate employment and economic development. January 19, 2022 (Washington D.C.) — Credential Engine, a national