Strada’s work demonstrates that multiple educational pathways can lead to career success, from short-term training and certificate programs to associate’s, bachelor’s, and graduate degrees. Whichever pathways they choose, we want all learners to purposefully connect their education to a fulfilling career.

San Diego Employer Forum

San Diego, CA

Strada and the San Diego Workforce Partnership will team up to host a forum for local employers to earn more about effective strategies for engaging workers in retooling and upskilling…

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Certified Value

When do Adults without Degrees Benefit from Earning Certificates and Certifications?

These findings indicated that certificates and certifications can serve as a beneficial stand-alone credential. However, there are important variations by occupation and gender that demand serious attention as we develop …

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Hiring for Success

Employer survey on finding the best talent for the job

Managers and those involved in hiring decisions at employers of all sizes struggle to identify and recruit highly qualified job candidates. Managers and those involved in hiring decisions at employers …

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On-ramps to Good Jobs

Fueling Innovation for the Learning Ecosystem of the Future

By shining a spotlight on what works, as well as identifying barriers to growth, we hope to spark a dialogue—particularly within the social impact investing space—about how to scale more …

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Mentoring College Students to Success

2018 Strada-Gallup Alumni Survey

Recent research demonstrates the importance of faculty and staff members’ involvement in career-related conversations with students. The 2017 Strada-Gallup College Student Survey showed that students who had these types of …

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Mentoring Matters

This week, recent college graduates affirm a growing body of research: faculty-student relationships matter.  At…

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Who’s Ready to Upskill?

State-by-State Demand for Education After High School

A perceived need for additional education is significant overall but varies by state and region. Some states will need to make a greater effort to help individuals see additional education …

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ASU + GSV 2018 Highlights

Highlights of key speakers from the ASU + GSV conference in San Diego. The conference consists of educators and business leaders promoting the launch of the Strada Institute for the …

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Pathways with Purpose Thought Leaders

William D. Hansen

President and Chief Executive Officer

Strada Education Network

Carol D’Amico, Ed.D.

Executive Vice President, National Engagement and Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Michelle R. Weise, Ph. D.

Senior Vice President, Workforce Strategies; Chief Innovation Officer, Strada Institute for the Future of Work

Strada Education Network

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Ben Wildavsky

Senior Vice President, National Engagement

Strada Education Network

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Beth Bean

Vice President, National Engagement, Philanthropy and Policy

Strada Education Network

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Daryl A. Graham

Senior Vice President, Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Chris Guidry

Vice President, Mission Advancement and Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Andrew Hanson

Senior Research Fellow

Strada Education Network

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Pat Roe

Vice President, Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Marie A. Cini, Ph.D.

President

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)

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Pete Wheelan

CEO and Executive Chairman

InsideTrack and Roadtrip Nation

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Mike Marriner

Co-Founder and President

Roadtrip Nation

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Brian McAllister

Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer

Roadtrip Nation

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Andrew Crapuchettes

Chief Executive Officer

Emsi

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Rob Sentz

Chief Innovation Officer

Emsi

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