Educating the US Workforce - CBAC Economics and Public Policy Forum

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago

January 5, 2011: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

How should our society address the problem of educating and re-engineering the US workforce to meet the demands of today's global economy? This interactive lunchtime forum (box lunch provided) provides alums with an opportunity to collaboratively explore this issue and share perspectives on the best ways to address it, while simultaneously extending our network of professional relationships.


CharterMast Partners
Room location provided by confirmation email
11 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

During the group's October forum discussion on Global Restructuring, we briefly touched on the topic of retraining the displaced workforce after the current economic downturn. This led to concerns over our current education system generally, both for children and adult learners. Dan Swinney of the Center for Labor and Community Research has agreed to join in our discussion forum as a guest. Short pre-reading materials help you participate more fully in the conversation. Registration is limited to 20 people so that everyone has ample opportunity to participate.


$15 Members, Member Guests, Students $20 Non-members


Register Online

Deadline: 1/4/2011


Elizabeth Bleakley, '02