The catch-22 of career-connected learning

By Paul Fain

News October 06, 2022
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When the Catalyze Challenge launched more than a year ago, the idea was to eschew isolated grants and create an “innovation engine” for funding and refining new learning models that help more students move from education to career. A big goal was to identify gaps in what was already out there.

Common Group CEO, George Vinton, discusses the challenges of gathering buy-in from both employers and students in an interview with Paul Fain.

Read the full interview in Work Shift

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