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"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.
Nearly two-thirds of employers say recent grads are not well-prepared to perform at a high level in a professional environment, according to a recent survey by Bloomberg Next and Workday.
In these classes, students learn interview skills, email etiquette, and most importantly—confidence.
Amazon's Career Choice program—which has already served 16,000 employees—only funds education for industries that are in high demand.
This toolkit helps members design, launch, and maintain non-degree programs that exceed enrollment targets and cater to the needs of the Millennial population.
As health care legislation spurs demand for health professions, COE units' program portfolios must keep up.
In "Multi-Track Cybersecurity Pathways" and "Second Careers in Aging Services," explore how institutions have created degrees and certificates that appeal equally to employers and students, with an emphasis on stackable, interdisciplinary programs to fill the rising demand for two professional fields.
This webconference will assess the key attributes of the data analytics market for COE units—labor market insights, the evolution of student audiences, and competitive forces—and how COE units are ensuring their offerings keep pace with these trends. The webconference will provide guidance for both COE units looking to launch analytics programs and those seeking to grow existing analytics offerings.
Assess your web-based IT support services for usability, communication, availability, and personalization to identify areas, and relevant resources, for improvement with this simple audit.
This study examines the opportunities and challenges COE units face in designing programs for three specific student populations: Millennial career advancers, early encore careerists, and tomorrow's business owners.