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partnerships with employers

Communities that align education and training to employer needs grow jobs, reduce unemployment and increase the quality of life. This means communities will have new and better jobs, increasing prosperity, access to resources, educational options that build skills and capability and programs that build resourceful and resilient workers.

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BENEFITS OF PARTNERSHIPS WITH EMPLOYERS

CAEL can help you reveal what your community needs.

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WHAT’S DRIVING JOB CREATION?

We show you how to target high-demand skills and jobs, and identify what jobs are being created and in what industries.
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DOES YOUR PROGRAMMING ADDRESS LOCAL EMPLOYERS’ NEEDS?

We help you get to a deeper level of understanding employer needs. You’ll be aware of which certificates, degrees and credentials your employers recognize. We set up systems that allow you to continually validate and refresh the information.
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ARE CURRENT AND POTENTIAL STUDENTS AWARE OF CAREER OPPORTUNITIES?

We offer tools that reveal the range of opportunities, identify all levels of skills and show career pathways as well as individual jobs. This helps your students make better career choices and allows you to share sector career information with other populations in your community.
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CONNECT YOUR STUDENTS TO SUCCESSFUL CAREERS.

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EMPOWER ADULT STUDENTS

More than one in five American adults has some college credit and no degree. That’s over 36 million people. Did they try college? Yes. Will they need college? Yes.

There are only three million high school graduates—and colleges like yours are competing for this small pool of students. Don’t ignore the non-traditional student. Invest in your future, and the future of our society by becoming an adult-focused institution. Check out our interactive map to see how many adults in your state have some college and no degree.

 

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