PAIRIN, the workforce journey company, today announced the launch of the Open Pathways Alliance, which brings together noted nonprofits and social impact technology companies, including Credential Engine, Qlarion and SkillsEngine.
Through live demonstrations, the Velocity Network now features the first multi-vendor scenarios showcasing the new world of work that leverages self-sovereign, verifiable digital career credentials.
In today’s dismal job market, credentials can give job candidates a competitive edge and help them gain valuable employment when they need it most.
Credly, a leader in digital credentials, has announced a new offering that provides reliable workforce analytics and skills visibility for enterprises.
The QA Commons launched its Employability Self-Assessment (ESA), designed to measure how well universities are preparing students for the workforce.
Education Design Lab will award $3 million in funding and national partnerships to help community colleges create workforce-relevant credentials for low-wage and unemployed workers.
Credential Engine and Concentric Sky are connecting education, learners and the workforce by exporting credential pathways with the CTDL registry.
Credential Engine is leading a groundbreaking collaboration to help job-seekers make better informed decisions about their education investments.
Credential Engine announced a $54,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to address unemployment and health care worker shortages in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Credly, the leader in digital credentials, today announced the rollout of Talent Directory, the most recent addition to its Acclaim platform.