Prioritizing access to essential skills and services for all - how mobile-first collaborative approaches work to bridge functional literacy and language needs for adult learners

Friday, February 3, 12:00 ET/ 9 AM PT
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This 75-minute webinar sponsored by Open Door Collective’s Immigrant and Refugees Issues Group highlights how meaningful cross-organization collaboration can meet the diverse needs of adults as they seek socio-economic opportunity in a world where access to essential skills and
services remains out of reach.

Featured speakers:

Office for New Americans: Jenny Munoz is a Senior Manager for Policy and Strategic Partnerships at the New York State Office for New
Americans and serves as a Deputy Language Access Coordinator for the Department of State in Albany, NY.

English Empowerment Center: Xavier Muñoz, Director of Academic Programs and Student Services, has more than a decade of experience in
adult education as a teacher, teacher trainer, and program administrator.

Rosie’s Place: Liz Hughes, Student Coordinator. The mission of Rosie’s Place, in Boston, is to provide a safe and nurturing environment to help poor and homeless women maintain their dignity, seek opportunity, and find security in their lives.

Cell-Ed: Dr Jessica Rothenberg-Aalami is the CEO and Founder of Cell-Ed, a flexible microlearning platform and service proven effective to
reach, train, engage, and coach the majority workforce with essential skills over mobile - including feature phones without internet.

The Open Door Collective does not endorse any specific learning software or app.