Attallah College of Educational Studies invites you to join an Open Discussion on High Schools and Workforce Readiness in Orange County.
On Tuesday, October 23rd, stop by Beckman Hall 404 from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. for a pivotal discussion on what public high schools in Orange County can do to prepare students for the 21st century workforce. Students, staff, faculty, local educators, parents, business people, school administrators, and the greater Orange County community are all encouraged to come! Registration is free and open to the public. Register now.
Education Roundtable5 on Excellent Schools will bring together educators, industry professionals, and community members to identify challenges and brainstorm collaborative solutions in K-12 education.
This year’s event includes a reception, panel, roundtable discussions with leaders in education, and special guest speaker Landon Taylor. Taylor is the vice chairman and CEO of Base 11, a STEM Accelerator model that transforms high-potential, low-resource college and high school students into the STEM talent that industry so desperately needs. Landon Taylor is an expert in business innovation and strategic market development, with 25+ years of experience as a corporate strategist. Under his leadership, Base 11 developed the world’s first droneport and autonomous systems research park and launched the country’s first collegiate rocketry league and $1 million Space Challenge competition.
Time will be provided for questions, answers, and roundtable discussions.
For more information, visit the Chapman event page.