Michael Prebil is a policy analyst with the Center on Education & Labor at New America (CELNA), having joined the Education Policy program in September 2016 as an intern with CELNA and the Higher Education team. He supports CELNA’s research and advocacy across a wide range of initiatives pertaining to apprenticeship, federal and state policy, and sector-specific concerns such as cybersecurity workforce development. His work focuses on credentialing and education models that prepare learners to succeed in school and at work in a fast-changing global economy.
Prior to joining New America, he worked with his hands, in the for-profit education sector, and in public health research. He holds a BA in history and foreign language from McGill University in Montreal and has completed a graduate certificate program in international relations at the School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC.