Armed with Alumni Insight employment data, Montgomery College is building partnerships with new employers, getting feedback on how their curriculum can be improved, and bolstering student recruitment efforts by showcasing career outcomes of past graduates.
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber’s mission is to lead economic development in the nine-parish Baton Rouge metro. A key way it does that is through its robust workforce and economic research.
In a time of serious need, the UT Martin utilized Emsi’s Economic Impact and Capital Analysis studies to demonstrate the ROI that would come from building a proposed STEM facility. The results, in part, led to a boost in state funding—reducing the university’s share of facility construction costs from 25% to 10%.
A summary and video recording of our webinar with Florida State College at Jacksonville, who shared their experience deploying and integrating Career Coach into recruitment, orientation, and career advising programs in order to help students succeed.
See how Allegany College of Maryland uses internal and third-party data to prove its economic impact for donors, government officials, and the community. The college also uses this data to show interested parties what return on investment they can expect.
Franklin University often launches new academic programs. Analyst streamlines program planning by providing critical information in an easy-to-use tool. To learn how Franklin University uses Analyst, read the full case study.
In a string of economic development wins, Greater New Orleans, Inc. has attracted and retained 11 energy-related companies the last three years.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) uses Career Coach to build academic degree plans, connecting students to college programs and occupations. Giving students clear goals to work towards keeps them engaged, and engaged students are more motivated to persist until completion.
Richland Community College partnered with local agencies to provide Career Coach, a shared community resource that links Richland’s programs to local jobs.
Waubonsee Community College in northern Illinois used Emsi data to help secure $225,000 in federal safety training grants for temp workers.