Webinar

Closing the Perceptions Gap Among Stakeholders on 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.

October 28, 2020

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.

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.

Moderator

  • Brandon Busteed

    Brandon Busteed

    President, University Partners Global Head, Learn-Work Innovation, Kaplan

Panelists

  • Mary Papazian

    Mary Papazian

    President, San Jose State University
  • Lenore Rodicio

    Lenore Rodicio

    Executive Vice President and Provost, Miami Dade College
  • Jim Geringer

    Gov. Jim Geringer

    Chairman, Western Governors University Board of Trustees, Trustee, Complete College America, 30th, Governor of Wyoming
  • Ron Parker

    Ron Parker

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