It is exciting to introduce NobleHour to educators and institutions that can use our software to better prepare students for successful careers in emerging fields
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
NobleHour will join approximately 4,000 career and technical educational professionals at the Georgia World Congress Center from Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 2012 for the Association for Career and Technical Education’s international summit, CareerTech Vision 2012.
“It is exciting to introduce NobleHour to educators and institutions that can use our software to better prepare students for successful careers in emerging fields,” said Wesley Barnett, NobleHour Managing partner.
NobleHour will exhibit its hour tracking and impact measurement platform at the conference, which supports the summit’s goal of improving individual and institutional growth. By creating an online NobleHour community, career and technical education programs can boost organization and administrative capabilities, form community partnerships, build and measure student engagement, and export comprehensive reports on program outcomes. These features and tools will complement the themes discussed during the nearly 200 conference sessions and numerous hands-on workshops.
Additional programming includes speaking engagements by education experts, including a panel led by distance learning expert, Raymond J. McNulty. Roland Fryer, an Award-winning Harvard economist and collaborator on "Freakonomics", will also speak during the 10:30 a.m. general session on Saturday, Dec. 1.
While VISION 2012 events last through Dec 1, the CareerTech Expo will only be open on Nov. 29 and Nov. 30. Anyone interested in learning more about NobleHour’s hour tracking and impact measurement platform can visit booth 911 in the CareerTech Expo or register for an online demo of the web site.
NobleHour is based in Lakeland, FL and was started by a team of knowledgeable business investors, representing over 70 years of unparalleled entrepreneurial and business experience. They developed SweatMonkey.org in 2005 as an online service learning management platform for students and schools. SweatMonkey was used by countless organizations such as the YMCA, the SPCA, the United Way of North Central Florida, and the University of Florida. SweatMonkey was rebranded and launched in 2012 as NobleHour.com, an engaging online community platform that includes content sharing, a database of volunteer and job opportunities and events, hour tracking tools for tracking community service hours, and community impact measurement tools. NobleHour's mission is to provide an engaging platform to help connect people with their communities to empower civic engagement.