Emsi is delighted to announce the addition of its newest advisory board member, Stephen Goldsmith. We sat down with him to talk about data, governance, community leadership, and smart solutions to the challenges cities will face in the coming decades.
At Emsi, we’re always looking for more ways to deliver reliable, relevant data that helps you solve problems, serve students, and improve your institution. It’s why we regularly update our tools and services with new data and functionality. Here’s a look at a few of the recent changes we’ve made to serve you better.
Emsi is excited to introduce Business Engage—an innovative new tool designed to help business retention and expansion (BRE) professionals prioritize expanding or at-risk businesses, monitor their health over time, and support local business growth.
As participants in Complete College America’s ‘Purpose First’ initiative, the Community College System of New Hampshire is combining Career Coach and innovative academic programs to help students discover and prepare for meaningful careers. We spoke with Dr. Ross Gittell, chancellor of the CCSNH, to learn about the early results they are seeing and how they plan to expand their work in the future.
On April 24, we are co-hosting a webinar with our friends at InsideTrack! As NPR recently noted, post-traditional students are no small part of today’s higher education landscape. In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to provide these students with the information and support they need to make an informed enrollment decision that aligns with their career goals.
This weekend, Emsi is headed to the AACC convention in Orlando, FL! We’re excited to spend time with over 2,000 community college leaders, sharing best practices and exploring how data can help institutions make good decisions that drive student success. If you’ll be there too, please let us know. We’d love to connect!
When looking at compensation data, it’s important to account for cost of living. We looked at 10 popular job titles in the U.S. to see how much they pay—taking into account cost of living and buying power in 15 major metros.