Good partnerships between educators and industry partners are the quintessential win-win scenario. For most institutions, the question isn’t whether to pursue these partnerships, but how. To help answer this question, Emsi is hosting a masterclass webinar on Tuesday, September 24 at 2pm EDT (11am PDT) with Jeff Spain, workforce solutions senior consultant, and Scott Wegeng, director of employer engagement and experiential learning at Columbus State Community College. Don’t miss out as they share lessons they’ve learned along the way, and get into the nuts and bolts of cultivating and maintaining industry partnerships!
Thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s webinar discussing the findings of the Degrees at Work report! In this post, you can watch the full webinar recording, download the slide deck, and check out the Q&A. Have questions we didn’t get to? Let us know!
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.
With Emsi’s Job Posting Analytics, you can understand the skills, job titles, and education level that employers are asking for in your community. This insight can provide you with valuable information on what businesses need today, and how you can help them. Watch this quick video to see how you can leverage real-time data in your community.
Identifying how skills transfer from one job to another can be a difficult task. Luckily Emsi has an easy-to-use report that can help you identify transferable skills to guide jobseekers on available jobs, training opportunities, and their pathway to a lasting career.
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.