ProjectAttain!’s Summer Summit on Adult Learner Success

August 9, 2022 

On Tuesday, August 9, Executive Director Dr. Su Jin Jez provided a keynote at ProjectAttain!’s Summer Summit on Adult Learner Success. The program was held at American River College and covered education and workforce initiatives, adult attainment and re-engagement strategies, and new investments that support education in the region. Attendees heard about updates on initiatives and discussed how degree, certificate, and diploma networks can help offset enrollment gaps that can adversely affect our institutions, employers, and economy.

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