Over the next few weeks EMSI will host two webinars to walk through textbook examples of how Career Coach helps market college programs to students and gets vital career information into students’ hands.
This release captures major changes in UK data, including the switch from SIC 2003 to SIC 2007, migration from Working Futures 2007 to 2010, and a shift from ABI to BRES.
EMSI is pleased to announce the 3.3 release of Analyst 3 (A3). The “beta” tag has been removed from all sections of the tool except for the Input/Output model. While development work on A3 will be an ongoing process as we continue to build in new features, we are no longer considering A3 to be beta software.
Earlier this month, Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York unveiled Career Coach — EMSI’s public-facing career tool that help colleges market programs to students.
On Thursday, Feb. 16th at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST), EMSI will host a free webinar to discuss the Economic Impact Study and how colleges and universities value and use the study.
In the next few months, EMSI data will update to include four new categories for our data. This change lets users combine and separate out unsuppressed Quarterly Census of Wages and Employment (QCEW), self-employment, non-QCEW, and extended proprietor data. Read the article for details.
In our latest webinar, EMSI Consultants Annike Crapuchettes and Hamilton Galloway discussed the newly developed National WIB Scoreboard, which is due to be officially released in March 2012 and will help the workforce investment system better understand its economic and workforce contribution.
With sessions for educational, workforce, and economic development professionals, EMSI’s second annual conference will be a great opportunity to hear from other EMSI users, share best practices, and learn more about the data and new product developments.
EMSI, a firm with years of experience conducting economic benefit-cost analyses, has teamed up with NAWB and Full Capacity Marketing to produce a WIB Scorecard that will help the workforce investment system better understand its economic and workforce contribution.
As of last year, colleges with vocational programs are required to present employment-related information on individual program pages on their website. EMSI responded by creating individual program widgets with all the necessary disclosure information for our Career Coach clients, and so far they’ve been a big hit.