How do you turn raw data into a compelling narrative that highlights the best your community has to offer? Just ask Jamie Loyd. As vice president for economic development at Columbus Technical College in Columbus, Georgia, Loyd sees himself first and foremost as an advocate for CTC’s service region. “In order to promote economic growth and attract new businesses, our college serves as the primary hub for regional workforce development,” Loyd says.
As pioneers of competency based education and online learning, Western Governors University (WGU) has a reputation for student-centered innovation. In this case study, learn how Emsi is working with WGU on a new initiative to gain unprecedented insight into how their curricular content aligns with the skills employers value most.
As enrollment across higher education continues to decline, colleges and universities face even greater pressure to bring in new students and offer a compelling return on investment. In this environment, Widener University is proactively using labor market data to offer relevant, responsive programs and ensure long-term financial sustainability.
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.
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.
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.