Friday, February 3, 2023

Convention to Explore Work-Based Learning Opportunities

Employers interested in learning more about work-based learning opportunities should attend the 2017 Linked Learning Convention, which will take place January 23–25, 2017 in Oakland.

The convention provides the workforce and business sector a unique opportunity to learn how to be intentional in working within education, create and grow meaningful work-based learning opportunities for students, and develop strategies to communicate the business case for investing in the next generation.

Attendees will hear from dynamic speakers, participate in breakout sessions, learn through experiential site visits, and interact with Linked Learning students.

Last year’s Linked Learning Convention sold out quickly, with more than 900 attendees from across California and eight other states. If you have an interest in preparing all students for college, career and life—don’t miss out!

For more information or to register, please visit www.linkedlearning.org/convention-2017/.

When registering, please select “Employer.”

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