We are very pleased to announce that CompTIA will sponsor the June 2018 Summit on the Credentialing Economy as a Bronze-level sponsor. As an important influencer in the information technology industry and a leader in career-centric credentialing, CompTIA is an ideal partner to help us advance a critical discussion on credentials, parity, and transparency.
CompTIA is the voice of the world’s information technology (IT) industry and is dedicated to advancing industry growth through its educational programs, market research, networking events, professional certifications, and public advocacy. CompTIA certifications ensure professionals have the knowledge and skills to perform in IT job roles, including network security.
The Summit on the Credentialing Economy
Connecting Credentials and Saylor Academy are co-hosting the Summit on the Credentialing Economy to explore the evolving world of credentialing, including the value of credentials in seeking employment, technology to create and distribute credentials, and emerging models and frameworks to ensure quality. The Summit will convene leaders, influencers and innovators to drive transparency and improvement in education, credentialing, assessment and hiring best practices.
The Summit on the Credentialing Economy will take place June 7-8, 2018 in Washington DC. Learn more, register, and review remaining sponsorship opportunities at summit.saylor.org. Also, follow the conversation on Twitter using the #credeconomy hashtag.
Connecting Credentials is a national campaign of 122 organizations and over 5000 stakeholders to transform credentialing in the United States, by increasing transparency, equity, and mobility. Connecting Credentials is funded by the Lumina Foundation and managed by Corporation for a Skilled Workforce, a nonprofit in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Saylor Academy is a nonprofit initiative that works to increase access to education by lowering the barriers of cost, distance and time. We partner with colleges, employers, and nonprofits to provide affordable pathways to degrees and broaden access to quality higher education.