An ad campaign from Opportunity@Work and the Ad Council will call on employers to drop the "paper ceiling" and hire more skilled workers without four-year degrees.
This issue of The Job looks at California’s new $500M education and training grant program, which focuses on student parents and outcomes. Also, free short-term credentials from City Colleges of Chicago.
This issue of The Job looks at Colorado university cutting tuition in career fields to attract students, the continuing national enrollment slide, and a major new study showing 4 in 10 college graduates would go back and change their major.
PelotonU, a pioneer of the hybrid college, is rethinking its approach in the wake of the pandemic. We talked to the nonprofit's co-founders about what has proven essential (coaching, and a lot of it) and what is open to change.
We talk with Burck Smith, founder of StraighterLine, about why the online course revolution hasn't materialized—and why he believes it still will.
A company-sponsored degree program that entered the market this month actually lacks a sponsor.
Under project led by GetSet Learning, companies will pay for bachelor's degree completion—if students commit to work at sponsoring companies for two years.
This issue of The Job looks at whether frontline workers have enough time to use their free college benefits. Also, free Big Tech certificates for 200K learners and a call for intentional design around skills-based hiring.
This issue of The Job looks at community colleges seeing efficiency and enrollment gains with online course sharing. Also, understanding and improving certifications, N.C.’s priority credential list, and training for tech jobs.
The company also announced four national university partners for its Career Choice benefit for 750,000 U.S. employees, which features degrees, certificates, and alternative paths to college credits.