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.
EMSI realizes that data and actionable information are not one in the same. You may have access to a variety of data, but it isn’t helpful unless you can understand it, explain it, and apply it. That’s why we offer EMSI Certification and Career Coach Advanced Training.
Lenoir Community College in Kinston, North Carolina, launched EMSI’s Career Coach in early July 2015. Since then, the web app has received a high number of visits, proving that you don’t have to be a large institution or a long-term user of Career Coach to see major results.
On Tuesday, November 17 (2:00 p.m. EST), EMSI will host Todd Reiland in a webinar on how the College of Central Florida (CF) developed college-wide student success strategies that use its wildly popular Career Coach app.
After implementation, The College of Central Florida quickly discovered that its Career Coach app is useful college-wide and is wildly popular with students. In the coming months, the college plans to include Career Coach in StartSmart@CF, a quality enhancement plan that will focus on first-year experience.
This spring, Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida, became the latest in a line of EMSI clients to win the coveted Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence. And one of the players behind two key Aspen criteria—student completion and placement in high-wage jobs—was EMSI’s online career pathway tool, Career Coach.
EMSI is pleased to announce an enhanced occupation page in Career Coach, EMSI’s online career pathway tool that connects a college or university’s programs with compelling regional careers. The updates vary slightly from US to UK to Canadian versions of the tool. For UK Career Coach, be on the lookout for updates on the UK […]