Career Coach

Community College Week Reports on the Impact of EMSI Data at Fayetteville Tech

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Community College Week recently published an article, showcasing Fayetteville Technical Community College’s use of data to inform decisions of all types across its campuses: from admissions to career counseling to grant writing, and more. It highlighted how the college’s partnership with EMSI gains them quick access to quality data, making it easier to make smart, informed choices.

Webinar Recap: Using Career Coach to Drive Student Success

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Kevin Long, senior planning and policy analyst at Montgomery College in Maryland, joined EMSI yesterday to speak about how the college uses Career Coach and other EMSI data to drive student success and help students understand the connections between the college’s programs, transfer opportunities, and careers.

Closing the Information Gap: EMSI’s New Report and Webinar Series

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This week, EMSI released a report, Closing the Information Gap, that addresses how students’ concerns about the value of education are creating enrollment and retention challenges for America’s colleges and universities, and how several higher ed institutions have successfully met those challenges through the use of technology and transparent data.

Webinar Recap: Key Steps to a Successful Career Coach Implementation


Earlier this week, Owen Sutkowski, director of transfer and career services at Central Piedmont Community College in North Carolina, and Sarah Wilson, CPCC’s Career Coach project coordinator, joined EMSI for a webinar to share tips for creating a Career Coach launch plan, effectively mapping program data, and helping students build an ongoing relationship with Career Coach.

Ohio College Uses Data and Media Technology to Create Career Awareness


“What are you into?” That’s the question a series of new videos from North Central State College is asking and answering with data from EMSI Analyst. The project began when NC State institutional research director Tom Prendergast visited a conference and noticed a community college delivering its institutional research reports via whiteboard videos. Inspired by the college’s […]

New Career Coach Feature Assists Veterans, Ex-Military Looking for New Careers

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One of the great challenges faced by veterans and ex-military personnel is the need to communicate how military skills transfer to the civilian workforce. This is why EMSI is very excited to introduce a new Career Coach feature, available upon request, that uses military-occupation-code-to-standard-occupation-code mapping to identify which civilian careers are similar to specific jobs held in the military.

Webinar: Key Steps to a Successful Career Coach Implementation

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On February 4, EMSI will host the first in a series of Career Coach webinars. The opening webinar, Key Steps to a Successful Career Coach Implementation, will cover the detailed implementation of Career Coach, EMSI’s online tool for connecting students to the education they need for great careers. In particular, we will walk through the launch […]

Boston Globe on Middle-Skill Opportunities in Massachusetts

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Here at EMSI, we’ve identified the skills gap largely as a regional issue—you only need oil drillers where there is oil, and finance jobs are booming in the Southeast but not the Northwest. Using EMSI data to determine which skills are in demand in Massachusetts, the Boston Globe recently published an article that provides a sampling of growing middle-skill jobs in the region and offers insights about how to identify an associate’s degree program that will provide a high return on investment.