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Transcript- Episode 83: What You Missed From The 2022 Future Of Work Conference Presented By PCC Episode 83

Nov 15, 2022

00:00:00 Sandra

When we shift the burden away from the student, then we make our institutions more accessible to them; where we don't burden them with proving that they are in fact poor to access resources, when we don't burden them with having to buy textbooks for specific classes, when we look at initiatives that are...

Nov 15, 2022

It’s up to educators and intuitions alike to remove barriers to job placement and work-based learning, so students can thrive and focus on their futures. In case you missed it, we’re recapping last week’s Future of Work Conference presented by Pasadena City College. Tune in to get a snapshot of some of the...

Transcript- Episode 82: The Key To Aligning Higher Education With The Current Workforce, With Dr. Su Jin Jez Executive Director At California Competes Episode 82

Nov 1, 2022

00:00:00 Dr. Jez

Higher ed is not just needed for a small elite group of jobs anymore. To really have a living wage job, to have a comfortable life, you really need some post-secondary education. In the U.S., your job ties to so much. Your job is really important for quality of life and prosperity across the board. And...

Nov 1, 2022

Today we are re-sharing with you an episode featuring Dr. Su Jin Jez, not only because this episode is packed with insight but because you have a chance to see Dr. Jez speak IN PERSON at Pasadena City Colleges annual Future of Work Conference happening next week on November 8th. It starts at 8am and runs until 12pm and...

Transcript- Episode 81: Readying Students To Enter The Global Workforce, With Stephen Cheung President Of The World Trade Center Los Angeles Episode 81

Oct 25, 2022

00:00:00 Stephen

LA has been and will continue to be at the center of global attention. I think we underestimate the impact that Los Angeles has on the rest of the world. And because of that, we need to step up and we need to be more aggressive and assertive about our position on the global economy.