Professional development. KeyboardThe globalization of the American economy has increased the need for a workforce prepared for new and emerging high-skill, high-wage, and high-demand careers. Preparing every student to be college and career ready and ensuring successful postsecondary credential, certificate, or degree attainment is critical to meeting the current skills gap, especially in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Learning how to help students meet the challenges in this changing world is vital not only to their success as individuals but also to society at large. Participating in the annual Summit will take you to the next level as an educator, a leader, and a counselor, and you will leave with ideas you can implement the minute you return to your schools.

Benefits for attending the NSEE

Learn from experts on topics such as implementing best practices for ensuring the success of special population students, designing nontraditional programs of study that lead to postsecondary transition, increasing the participation of underrepresented groups in CTE and STEM careers, and MORE!

Participate in plenary sessions led by national experts on equity issues facing secondary schools and community colleges in preparing the workforce of tomorrow.

Hear from federal policy makers about how public policy affects your state and local education and workforce development programs.

Network with equity professionals from around the country with whom you can share best practices.

Join a professional learning community where you can continue learning throughout the year.

Take home tools and resources you can implement the minute you return home.

Justification Letter

If you would like a justification letter to share with your colleagues, team, or administrators with similar information to above, please use the button below to download a pdf memo.

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