Updated: Oct 30, 2020
Produced by Melissa Panzer, Working Nation
A conversation with Brandon Busteed
It is vital that educators and businesses collaborate to keep up with the rapidly changing nature of work and skills. In some cases, it means tackling language barriers and communicating differently about experience and skills. In others, it takes innovative work-study solutions designed to prepare the workers of tomorrow. From topics including the employer-funded “education as a benefit” movement to non-degree programs and stackable credentials, check out this thoughtful conversation between two of WorkingNation’s favorite thought leaders in education as they dive into solutions.