At Strada Education Network, we collaborate with organizations who help us fulfill our mission of forging clearer and more purposeful pathways between education and employment.
Since 2014, we have invested more than $120 million in strategic philanthropy, focusing on initiatives that help people pursue meaningful education and career pathways aligned with workforce demand.
At informal meetings around the country, we engage with other philanthropic organizations who share our goals. By exchanging information, we can build solutions together and make progress faster.
We invest in carefully selected organizations and funds that have a proven track record of supporting strong education-to-career pathways for learners of all types.
Three-year grants awarded to four institutions will support expansion of programs designed to help learners succeed during and after completion of their degree or credential. These programs deploy a broad range of strategies from new technology solutions to embedded, industry-recognized credentials, which will be made available to thousands of new learners through these grants.
Veteran corporate leader brings diverse range of experience to guide Strada’s legal team and serve organization’s Board of Trustees
Two-year grants will support proven partnerships that connect learners to education and in-demand employment opportunities and strengthen regional economies.
At a time of growing societal uncertainty about the value of higher education and declining enrollment, the views of alumni turn out to be particularly insightful. This group can provide especially valuable feedback about how their education experiences have enriched their lives, which can help us ensure that today’s students maximize all the benefits that college offers.
A rich mixture of skills gained in college improves post-completion outcomes for graduates
The list of benefits associated with earning a college degree is extensive and oft-repeated. It includes higher average lifetime earnings, employment security, greater self-esteem, and better health, among many others.
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