On Thursday, September 29 (2:00 p.m. EST), Emsi will host members of the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) team in a webinar on how the college has boosted student engagement by helping students set and pursue career goals.
Are college graduates ready to enter the workforce? According to a new CareeBuilder survey, a significant number of employers are doubtful. They cite reasons for their doubts and also identify which skills recent college graduates most likely don’t have.
The guided pathways model simplifies student pathways to boost engagement and success. We spoke with some pilot colleges to see how they use the new model. How long does it take to implement? What was the catalyst for change? These are some of the questions they answered.
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.
On April 21, education and economic development leaders in Decatur, Illinois, will discuss how they’re using Career Coach to address the local skills gap.
Richland Community College partnered with local agencies to provide Career Coach, a shared community resource that links Richland’s programs to local jobs.
Verlee Washington, and other students at Scott Community College, use Career Coach to see what jobs their degree can get them and how much they might make.
In 2015, students and jobseekers conducted nearly 1.5 million job and program searches on Emsi’s Career Coach. Which careers and programs were most popular?
In one of EMSI’s best-attended webinars yet, Todd Reiland presented yesterday about how the College of Central Florida (CF) developed college-wide student success strategies with its wildly popular Career Coach app.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, here are some stories about how colleges have successfully used Career Coach’s MOC to SOC mapping to help veteran students identify opportunities and the education programs that can get them there.