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Midwestern Higher Education Compact Launches Regional Alliance with Credential Engine

May 10, 2021 (Minneapolis, MN)—With over 100,000 credentials offered in the Midwest and no consistent way to review and compare them, it is important to bring clarity and accessibility to information about the full range of credentials leading to careers. On May 13, the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) and its partner Credential Engine are

Join Us for the Midwest Credential Transparency Alliance (MCTA) Kick-Off

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

Website Updates: New Build Page and State Policy Briefs Webpage

Credential Engine is continuing to update its website to improve the user experience. We have relaunched the Build page with a new, simplified, and refocused feel. We invite you to visit the new page and learn more about how Credential Engine supports developers, and about the value of partnering with us. We have also launched

Credential Transparency for Certifications: Guidance for Publishers

  With nearly a million credentials to choose from—and until we have consistent adoption of the Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL), which is the data standard for describing and comparing them—people get lost and lose out on opportunities. Credential Engine is working to end the confusion and frustration by mapping out the credential landscape and

New Credential Transparency Webpage from the Michigan Dept of Labor and Economic Opportunity

Michigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity’s Office of Employment & Training (LEO-E&T) has created a Credential Transparency webpage! We currently partner with LEO-E&T to help create credential transparency, literacy, and consistency in Michigan. This webpage clearly and effectively communicates why credential transparency is important to Michigan and why it is valuable to Michiganders. Credential

SkillsFirst and Credential Engine Will Work Together Towards a Shared Vision of Equitable Futures for Job Seekers

We are excited to announce a new partnership between SkillsFirst and Credential Engine. SkillsFirst helps career centers provide scalable, evidence-based career guidance to job seekers with complete tools for career navigation, career collaboration, and skills demonstration. The goal of this collaboration is to improve equitable career navigation and enhance regional talent supply chains through credential

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