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January 24, 2022
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The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and The WNET Group are launching American Graduate: Path to the Future, a multi-year initiative to help students across the country explore and prepare for high-demand careers, including the 30 million middle skill jobs that require a one-year occupational certificate or two-year associates degree.

Join us to learn more about American Graduate: Path to the Future and explore careers, career paths, and the post-COVID economy with youth and leading experts, including Patricia de Stacy Harrison, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Dr. Miguel Cardona, United States Secretary of Education; Vanessa Barnes, Dean of Students, Counseling and Student Services, Millbrook Magnet High School, Raleigh, NC and ASCA 2021 School Counselor of the Year Finalist; John Bridgeland, Founder & CEO of Civic; ShuDon Brown, Supply Chain Professional: RPA Shared Services, SW Product Introduction & Customer Support, IBM; Dr. Shari L. Camhi, Superintendent of Schools for Baldwin Union Free School District and President-Elect, AASA, The School Superintendents Association; Anthony Carnevale, Director and Research Professor, Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce; Carolina Dominguez, Assistant Director, Americas Corporate Responsibility, EY; Christina Ha, Journalist & TV host; Victoria Hodge, Senior, University of Virginia; Margaret R. (Peggy) McLeod, Ed.D., Vice President of Education, Workforce Development and Evaluation, Unidos US; Monique Miles, Vice President, Aspen Forum for Community Solutions, Aspen Institute; Eduardo J. Padrón, Ph.D., President Emeritus, Miami Dade College; Rey Saldaña, President and CEO of Communities In Schools®; Hari Sreenivasan, Anchor of PBS NewsHour Weekend and a Senior Correspondent, PBS NewsHour; and Rick Wade, Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Outreach, US Chamber of Commerce.

Video Description

American Graduate: Path to the Future

PATH TO THE FUTURE is the next iteration of AMERICAN GRADUATE and is a multi-year initiative to help students across the country explore and prepare for high-demand careers. This event is the kick-off of the initiative and serves as a rallying point for public media and its partners. Guests will enjoy inspiration through keynote speakers and actionable information through expert panelists.

61min 51sec

Moderators

  • The WNET Group (Co-Host)

    The WNET Group creates inspiring media content and meaningful experiences for diverse audiences nationwide. It is the nonprofit parent company of New York’s THIRTEEN – America’s flagship PBS station – WLIW21, THIRTEEN PBSKids, WLIW World and Create; Long Island’s only NPR station WLIW-FM; and ALL ARTS, the arts and culture media provider. The WNET Group also operates NJ PBS, New Jersey’s statewide public television network, and newsroom NJ Spotlight News. Through these channels and streaming platforms, The WNET Group brings arts, culture, education, news, documentary, entertainment and DIY programming to more than five million viewers each month.

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    WFYI Public Media

    Partner

    WFYI Public Media envisions an informed, inspired, and inclusive Indiana. Its mission is to empower, educate, entertain, and connect its community through impactful journalism, inspiring stories, and lifelong learning. For 50 years, it has been the flagship provider of PBS and NPR programming in Central Indiana. In addition to producing award-winning radio and television, it offers rich online content, community engagement, educational services, opportunities for lifelong learning, and Indiana Reading and Information Services for the visually impaired. It develops local partnerships, collaborations and content focused in four key areas including education, health, arts and culture, and public affairs. WFYI is a former participant station in the Corporation for Public Broadcasting-funded CC-ELM and American Graduate initiatives. It is also the founder and lead station for Side Effects Public Media, a regional public media reporting collaborative focused on public health, and the hub for IPB News, a statewide reporting project in Indiana.

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    WHRO Public Media

    Partner

    WHRO Public Media’s mission is to enrich the lives of the citizens in the communities it serves through television and radio programming, online content, and a broad range of award winning educational services. WHRO is a community resource that strives to offers an extraordinary range of cultural, and informational programming and content as well as an opportunity to bring the community together to create awareness around crucial community issues such as sea level rise, racial justice, and workforce needs. The station is widely recognized for its leadership regionally at the state and national level. Through four TV stations and our expansion into six radio channels, web site, and educational content delivered online to more than 286,000 students and 25,000 teachers, WHRO Public Media enriches the lives of the people of Eastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina every day.

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