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The Future of Higher Education and Workforce Development
Wednesday, August 11
12 to 1:15 p.m.

The final conversation in the 2021 San Antonio Regional Education Forum series will look at the soon-to-launch city and higher education collaborative. The ambitious four-year initiative aims to provide the education and training needed to elevate workers left jobless by the pandemic into higher skill and wage jobs in health care, advanced manufacturing, and cybersecurity.

The 75-minute livestreamed program will include two panel discussions moderated by Editor, Robert Rivard featuring panelists from Texas A&M San Antonio University, UTSA, Alamo Colleges and SA Works.

Through the support of our lead sponsors we are able to make this year’s virtual forum free and accessible to the entire community. Thank you to our leadership sponsors Mike and Louise Burke and Pre-K 4 SA. We also want to thank our Gold, Silver & Bronze sponsors for their generous support of underwriting education conversations such as these. Thank you to:

The Gambrinus Company, Schulman, Hoffer, Lopez & Adelstein LLP, Firstmark Credit Union, Valero, Charles Butt Foundation, IDEA Public Schools, Texas A&M University San Antonio, City of San Antonio Department of Human Services, KIPP Texas, Great Hearts, CPS Energy, HighScope, Alamo Colleges, Port San Antonio, Education Service Center, Region 20, School of Science & Technology, UTSA College of Education & Human Services, the Hunter Stanco Group at Morgan Stanley and Communities in Schools San Antonio.