Register Now to Learn More About ACE Apprenticeship Pathways Project
October 18, 2021

​As more students are exploring opportunities to earn while they learn, higher education institutions and apprenticeships providers are encouraged to register now for a new webinar, “Apprenticeships: Building Bridges Between Colleges and Employers,” happening on Nov. 9, 1-2:30 p.m. ET.

Industry and postsecondary leaders will bring concrete examples and highlight how apprenticeship providers and educational institutions are providing pathways for apprentices to put their learning to work by applying knowledge and skills gained directly to degrees, certificates, and career opportunities.


  • Louis Soares, chief learning and innovation officer, ACE (moderator)
  • Nicole Craine, president and CEO, Techtonic
  • Matthew D. Gonzalez, associate professor and cybersecurity program director, University of Charleston
  • Teresa Hess, executive director of apprenticeships, Ivy Tech Community College
  • Kelli Jordan, director of careers, skills, and performance, IBM
  • Thomas E. Pfundstein, director of curriculum and instruction, International Finishing Trades Institute

ACE is a leader in evaluating apprenticeship programs—the Apprenticeship Pathways project expands the range of alternative educational experiences eligible for college credit and leverages the impact of high-quality apprenticeships. Apprenticeship providers can learn how their apprentices can earn college credit—providing greater access to higher education. Watch this video to learn more.

For more information about this event or the ACE Apprenticeship Pathways project, please contact Susan Acevedo-Moyer, associate director for apprenticeships.

The ACE Apprenticeship Pathways project is generously supported by the Charles Koch Foundation.