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
The work readiness of college graduates is often a hot topic. Small percentages of U.S. adults, C-level business executives, and university trustees believe college graduates are well-prepared for the workplace. In contrast, most college provosts are confident their schools are doing well.
This webinar, held in partnership with the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) and Kaplan, with special thanks to the generous support of Kaplan, is now available for on-demand viewing.
Brandon BusteedPresident, University Partners Global Head, Learn-Work Innovation, Kaplan
Mary PapazianPresident, San Jose State University
Lenore RodicioExecutive Vice President and Provost, Miami Dade College
Gov. Jim GeringerChairman, Western Governors University Board of Trustees, Trustee, Complete College America, 30th, Governor of Wyoming
Ron ParkerTrustee, Texas Christian University, Former Senior Vice President, HR and Chief Global Diversity & Inclusion Officer, PepsiCo