Two Innovative University-Employer Partnerships Sponsor Workforce Development Conference

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DeVryWORKS and Southern New Hampshire University to underwrite Chief Learning Officer's CLO Symposium 2018

CLO Symposium 2018
The annual spring CLO Symposium is widely regarded by corporate educators as the premier source for the knowledge-sharing and professional connections they need to stay out in front of this challenge.

Chief Learning Officer magazine, a flagship publication of Human Capital Media (HCM), has announced the Diamond Sponsors for its CLO Symposium 2018, March 26-28, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. DeVryWORKS and Southern New Hampshire University - both innovators in creating custom educational alliances with employers seeking to build more competitive and skilled workforces - have signed on to underwrite the conference. Focused on the theme "Reimagining Learning," the meeting is expected to attract hundreds of international executives charged with keeping corporate training and development relevant and effective in a rapidly changing business environment.

"The incessant evolution of technology and the growth of globalization make it imperative for modern organizations to constantly upskill and reskill the workforce in anticipation of emerging competitive challenges," said Mike Prokopeak, HCM editor-in-chief. "The annual spring CLO Symposium is widely regarded by corporate educators as the premier source for the knowledge-sharing and professional connections they need to stay out in front of this challenge. This year's Diamond Symposium Sponsors will be instrumental in helping us create a powerful and productive opportunity for industry leaders to intersect and interact."

DeVryWORKS, DeVry University's workforce solutions team, helps organizations develop strategic talent initiatives that address their specific business challenges - from closing critical skills gaps to tailored learning that leverages the potential of their existing talent.

Through its workforce partnerships division and College for America competency-based programs, Southern New Hampshire University works with enterprises to make sure employees are fully prepared to demonstrate immediate relevancy and sustainable innovation in the workplace.

To learn more about sponsoring events hosted by Human Capital Media, contact Kevin Fields, director of business development - events, at Kfields(at)humancapitalmedia.com.

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