Yesterday, the Aspen Institute announced the winners of the 2019 Prize for Community College Excellence. A huge congratulations to the winners, rising stars, and finalists for their outstanding contributions to student success! With wins for Miami Dade and Indian River State, five of the past seven Aspen prize winners have been Emsi clients.
This time next week, Emsi will be headed to the UPCEA Annual Conference in Seattle, WA! We’re excited to gather with hundreds of leaders to explore how continuing, professional, and online education can best serve a rising generation of life-long learners. In the meantime, here’s a look at some of the ways Emsi supports the mission of UPCEA member institutions.
Register today for Emsi’s ninth annual users’ conference! Emsi2019 will take place September 16-18, 2019, at our traditional spot in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (a little slice of Pacific Northwest heaven). The conference theme is “Lead & Engage: How to Use Labor Market Data Like a Pro.” Early-bird registration ends May 31.
Fergus Falls isn’t a dying town by any means. But what does it need to truly thrive? We looked at data on quality of life, industry, workforce, and education to find the answer.
In this webinar, Michelle Lewis (AVP of Enrollment Planning at Washington State University) joined GoRecruit product manager Ashley Safranski to discuss the growing demand for career outcomes data among prospective students and parents, and how WSU’s enrollment office plans to meet that need with GoRecruit. Watch the recording!
Economic developers are tasked with telling their community’s story because they know it better than anyone. They could decide to market a niche industry cluster, a concentration of a specific type of talent, a creative coworking space, an effective partnership with workforce or education providers, or dozens of other unique assets. Read about our six tips for effective data story telling.
As a workforce development professional, understanding in-demand occupations in your region is of paramount importance for how you train jobseekers. Luckily, Emsi has built an occupation report that helps workforce development boards pull in-demand occupations with flexibility, ease, and understanding.