Closing the Perceptions Gap Among Stakeholders on the Work Readiness of College Graduates

October 28, 2020
Online, 2:00-3:00 p.m., ET



Clearly we are not on the same page with respect to opinions about the work readiness of college graduates. Small percentages of U.S. adults, C-level business executives and university trustees believe college grads are well-prepared for the workplace, while the vast majority of college provosts are confident their schools are doing a job. How much of it is a perceived vs. real gap? Is language and terminology part of the problem?


brandon_busteed_wframe.pngBrandon Busteed 
President, University Partners
Global Head, Learn-Work Innovation






marypapazian_V2_2.pngMary Papazian
San Jose State University







LenoreRodicio_v3_175PX.pngLenore Rodicio
Executive Vice President and Provost
Miami Dade College






govjim_geringer.pngGov. Jim Geringer
Chairman, Western Governors University Board of Trustees
Trustee, Complete College America
30th Governor of Wyoming





ronparker.pngRon Parker
Trustee, Texas Christian University
Former Senior Vice President, HR and Chief Global Diversity & Inclusion Officer, PepsiCo




This webinar is in partnership with Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) and Kaplan, with special thanks to the generous support of Kaplan.

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