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Webinar: Updating Already Published Organization and Credential Data

Join Credential Engine July 21 as we continue our new webinar series! In “Updating Already Published Organization and Credential Data“, Scarlett Jeckel, Credential Engine’s Accounts and Publishing Coordinator, will provide a helpful overview of how to update organization and credential data once it has been published to the Credential Registry. This webinar will focus on

Article: Credential Transparency Bolsters the Impact of Education and Career Pathways

Scott Cheney, CEO of Credential Engine, recently penned an article for the National Career Pathways Network (NCPN) Connections newsletter. The article makes the case for credential transparency, how it can bolster education and career pathways, and invites readers to get involved. With such a rich field of credentials, learners and workers should have many opportunities to

Are Short-Term Job Training Programs Worth It?

Credential Engine’s work with UNITE-LA was highlighted in a recent Marketplace article. Marketplace is a nonprofit news organization on a mission to raise the economic intelligence of the country. In the article, Heddy Nam, senior director of workforce development for the nonprofit education group UNITE-LA, commented on the need for better, more transparent information on

Credential Engine Announces Support for the California Workforce Development Board

Credential Engine announces that it will support the California Workforce Development Board’s (CWDB) requirements to make transparent the credentials provided as part of the Reimagining Workforce Development grant from the United States Department of Education. California was one of eight states to receive this grant award. Credential Engine is working with multiple of those states


PAIRIN, Credential Engine, and Partners Win Contract for ‘My Journey’ to Deliver Education, Certificate and Labor Market Data Analytics for the State of Florida

PAIRIN, the workforce journey company, has been selected by the Florida Department of Education to deliver its My Journey(™) platform to provide consistent data on all credentialing programs offered by Florida school districts, Florida technical colleges, Florida College System (FCS) institutions and other Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) eligible providers, so they can make

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