Emsi’s new GoRecruit alumni employment outcomes data is now available as a part of Ruffalo Noel Levitz’s enrollment growth consulting services. Through the partnership, RNL will incorporate student employment outcomes into their enrollment marketing and recruitment strategies as they work with colleges and universities to grow enrollment.
What if you could strengthen your program marketing, academic advising, and career services in one move? And what if you could do that by designing your own graphics around the data sets that power comprehensive labor market analysis tools? Many Emsi clients are already doing just that with Emsi APIs. What is an API? An […]
Months before we launched Business Engage, our new tool that helps cities and regions prioritize, monitor, and support local businesses, we wanted to better understand how economic developers approach business retention and expansion (BRE).
Emsi is thrilled to announce you can now save work in Analyst, Talent Analyst, and Developer via Projects! Now, with the click of a button, all your filters and data selections are saved to the “My Projects” section on your homepage. Read to learn more and see a quick video of how it works.
Jeff Lynn, vice chancellor of workforce and economic development at the Alabama Community College System, has used data to crush a number of victories for Alabama: 1) Implementing an MSSC program to support Alabama’s manufacturing industry, state-wide; 2) Gaining approval for a new $21M advanced manufacturing training center in Mobile; 3) Winning Alabama’s bid for Mazda-Toyota’s new automobile manufacturing plant; 4) Inspiring board members to create data-driven strategies that prosper their communities.
For many community colleges, articulating the full impact of their non-credit workforce development programs is a challenge. But now, through a research partnership with Emsi, Grand Rapids Community College has solid numbers backing up the notion that their non-credit programs are a powerful economic development engine, supplying the critical talent that many local employers are desperately looking for.
Emsi is pleased to announce that former mayor of Indianapolis Stephen Goldsmith and former White House advisor Jonathan Kaplan will be headlining our 2019 annual users’ conference, taking place September 16-18 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.