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Workforce of Tomorrow, is a conference for leaders across multiple industries, from corporate CEOs to university presidents, and influential board chairs to top policymakers. Committed to examining the complexities of developing a workforce skilled in science, technology, engineering and math, these leaders bring their key insights, innovative strategies, and industry best practices to develop solutions for advancing this effort. An executive-level event with significant impact, Workforce of Tomorrow, April 4-6, 2018 in Washington, DC, aims to ensure a strong future for STEM education and employment.
Everyone in the STEM arena is encouraged to attend and share their strategies and ideas in advancing the future:
- Business Executives with a concern for America’s competitiveness and a need to match skills with jobs now.
- Talent Managers who struggle to fill positions requiring STEM expertise throughout their organizations.
- Corporate Responsibility Officers and Leaders looking to effectively align their company’s brand in the marketplace and build effective partnerships with the non-profit and education sectors.
- Curriculum Administrators working to challenge today’s students and better prepare them for STEM and technical fields.
- Diversity Directors and Leaders who need to increase the pipeline of diverse talent in their organization through partnering and teaming with STEM associations and higher education institutions.
- Educators at every level, from K-12 through advanced degree programs, who see the critical advantage in aligning their curriculums with STEM opportunities.
- Policymakers responsible for creating jobs through innovative partnerships with businesses, schools and government.
- National Associations and Non-Profit Organizations that promote STEM-awareness and solutions.
- Community Programs working to inspire and mentor on the local level.
- Philanthropies that are looking for the best options to fund successful, scalable programs.
- Technology Companies promoting new ways of learning—in and out of the classroom.