Create a career vision.
Why should students stay focused on their education, let alone enroll in the first place? Before anything else, students need a career vision—a strong grasp of what they’re aiming for, how to get there, and why. They need to see the value of their degree. Career Coach is EMSI’s revolutionary solution for giving your students that vision for the future.
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“Advisement and career service directors absolutely love this tool. It’s honestly the first tool we use with students when they come in the door and they say, ‘I want to be…’”
— Paola Documet, Director, Advisement & Career Services, Miami Dade College
Career Coach taps into powerful labor market information for all 840 Standard Occupation Codes (SOCs).
Students learn how many people are employed in a given career, and see the age breakdown of the workforce.
Percentile earnings graphs help students gain an understanding of earnings potential for different careers.
Job postings from all over the web are pulled into Career Coach and featured right next to each career.
View important usage statistics and learn which careers and degrees students are searching for the most.
Easily embed career information into your program pages and achieve gainful employment compliancy.
Education and workforce leaders in Omaha have a history of working together to ensure the region continues to thrive. One of their latest partnerships involves the widespread use of EMSI’s web-based career tool throughout Nebraska’s largest metro.
Rather than focus on the sheer number of students it serves, Miami Dade is more concerned about ensuring its graduates enter the workforce with the right skills and credentials. That’s where EMSI’s Career Coach fits in. The online tool gives new and prospective MDC students a realistic picture of the job market in South Florida for any profession, and ties students’ job searches to the educational requirements needed to land the job and specific programs at the college.