On Tuesday night the chancellor of University of Minnesota Rochester made his way to Washington DC.

The university has been widely praised for its work in health care education.

It's one of the areas various professionals will talk about during a job creation forum in Washington DC.

The chancellor was invited by Senator Amy Klobuchar to talk about the revolutionary health education program at UMR.

"How we've designed the curriculum. How we've designed the support structures for students to be close to the action so they can mesh their talents and skills with new jobs that are emerging,” Chancellor Stephen Lehmkuhle says.

The forum starts 9:00 AM Wednesday morning in Washington.

Hundreds of politicians and job experts are expected to attend.