CLEVELAND, OHIO, August 6, 2015 — Tools for Schools™ (TFS) announced that company founder Mark C. Perna will be presenting the August online seminar for the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE). The seminar, titled “How To Attract and Retain More Of The Right Students — Right Now!” is scheduled for August 17, 2015 at 3:00pm EST.
Mr. Perna, a nationally recognized voice in CTE student engagement and success, will share best practices for increasing enrollment, retention, and performance rates with Generations Y and Z. These strategies, which have produced significant results for educational organizations nationwide, are designed to help educators connect, engage, and retain both high school and adult learners in greater numbers through graduation.
The generational insights in this online seminar, along with many other key CTE strategies, will form the basis for Mr. Perna’s highly anticipated preconference session at the 2015 ACTE CareerTech VISION Conference in New Orleans. Mr. Perna’s workshop, which will take place 8:00AM–12:00PM on Thursday, November 19, is forecasted to be one of the most highly attended preconference sessions at the event.
The August online seminar features voice-to-voice interactive capabilities for participants to share questions and comments after the presentation, along with a chat box in real time. Interested parties may sign up for ACTE’s August online seminar here.
About Mark C. Perna and TFS
TFS, whose mission is to share and support its clients’ desire to make a difference, is a full-service strategic consulting firm founded by national workforce development expert Mark C. Perna. Mark, a noted voice on Generations Y and Z, has many years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies and has devoted his career to education and workforce training. At TFS, Mark heads an energetic team of talented professionals who share his vision of making a bigger difference, working with educators and employers of all sizes nationwide to deliver significant gains in recruitment, retention, and performance rates.