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While management-level professionals in food service and hospitality have weathered the economic crisis better than front-line workers, their employment will be at risk as shutdowns continue and businesses close. To help them transition to manager positions in higher growth fields, institutions need to create flexible, low-cost offerings in finance and data analytics to capitalize on these professionals existing strength in customer service and people management.
Across the globe, higher education institutions are under pressure to deliver on a promise of graduate employability and outcomes. This report profiles strategies deployed by UK, US, and Canadian higher education institutions to leverage alumni to improve student skills and gradate outcomes.
"As the artificial intelligence revolution transforms what work will look like in the future, community college leaders must take the lead in reskilling our workforce," according to an EAB Community College Executive Forum blog post.
This presentation profiles strategies that institutions across the UK, US and Canada are undertaking to leverage alumni to improve student skills and graduate outcomes. The strategies cover four broad topic areas, from activities that directly impact student and alumni, to strategies to better organize and lead alumni-student engagement on campus. Thanks for your interest! To […]
Helping students and families make sense of a complex and evolving landscape.
As the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution transforms what work will look like in the future, community college leaders must take the lead in reskilling our workforce. Learn three key takeaways to consider.
Like many college students, former first lady Michelle Obama struggled with self-doubt and insecurities.
It's no secret that students and families are increasingly focused on the return they get from their investment in higher education. And they're measuring that return by their employment outcomes.
Business Insider interviewed more than a dozen people at different stages of their lives and careers about what it means to have a 'good job.'
One-third of college seniors never visit a career center. But with the increased focus on providing a return on education, progressive schools are integrating career and academic advising to help students chart an intentional course to a career.