Michael Prebil is a program associate with the Center on Education & Skills at New America (CESNA), having joined the Education Policy program in September 2016 as an intern with CESNA and the Higher Education team.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts 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, D.C. Prior to joining New America, he worked with his hands, in the for-profit education sector, and in public health research. He supports CESNA’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.