Transforming Education offers evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) resources and tools that can be adapted to various educational settings.
Upwardly Global is a networking, resource, and skill-building hub that supports immigrants and refugees who want to
contribute vital skills to the professional U.S. workforce.
The Degree Qualification Profile (DQP) 2.0 is a learning outcomes framework that articulates what graduates should know and be able to do upon earning higher education degrees.
CompXchange is an open-source platform which offers tools to plan, align, and share competencies across educational programs, job descriptions, and credentials.
The QA Commons works with postsecondary institutions to improve integration of employability skills across programs using their Essential Employability Qualities framework.
Career Fluency is a trademarked curriculum designed to enhance college and career readiness skills, particularly focused on serving historically disenfranchised people.
SkillsBuild is a digital platform designed to give users the skills and career exploration tools they need for in-demand technology-related jobs.
CASEL’s Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Framework outlines five SEL areas and corresponding competencies. Supporting resources share ideas for building equitable learning environments and building SEL skills.
The Trauma-Informed Approach to Workforce explores the effects of toxic stress and trauma on individuals in the workplace, and includes recommendations and resources for workforce development.
The Academic Resilience Consortium supports and disseminates research, programming, and materials related to academic resilience in higher education and hosts an online resource library.
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