Ivan Charner, MADirector, National Institute for Work and Learning
Areas of expertise
- U.S. education
- College and career readiness
- Teacher education and professional development
- Career and technical education
- School-to-career system building
- School reform
- Curriculum integration
- School-business partnerships
- Work-based learning
- Workforce development
- Youth development and engagement
Projects & Resources
Through a two-year grant from the Walmart Foundation, FHI 360 will conduct an educational and marketing initiative to promote career advancement among retail employees in the United States.
The Women in STEM2D project will educate 1 million young women and girls around the globe in the subjects of science, technology, engineering, math, manufacturing and design.
Learn about the impact of North Dakota’s Succeed 2020 project on students, teachers, businesses and communities in the areas of college and career readiness.
These overviews are brief descriptions of our U.S.-based work in education, communication and social marketing, health and youth.
Using Unemployment Insurance Wage Data to Improve Program Employment Outcomes: A Technical Assistance Guide for Community and Technical Colleges
The National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education — Graduate Employment Outcomes Study developed a guide for college practitioners using unemployment insurance wage data to examine employment and earnings outcomes for students.