National Organization for Career Credentialing

Confronting the Skills Crisis And Workforce Challenges of the New World Economy

The National Organization for Career Credentialing is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to inform and educate individuals and organizations interested in skills and career credentialing as a way of improving the lives of individuals and benefitting the economy. We are supported by public donations.

"Talent is the currency of economic development."

We actively endorse connectivity between education, economic, and workforce development through the use of innovative approaches to education and skills training, with a strong emphasis on career credentialing.

The NOCC provides advice, assistance, and expertise to employers and organizations with . . .
• Innovative projects (strategic planning, representation, and partnering)
• National, state and local networking of professionals
• Marketing (ideas, materials, and information sharing)
• Presentations and group facilitation
• Grants (research, writing and editing)
• Information sharing through social media and publications
The Career Readiness Certificate Consortium (click to learn more)
For more information or to donate, contact:
Barbara Bolin, Ph.D.
President, NOCC
National Organization for Career Credentialing