Shifting towards personalized pathways can enable institutions to better equip students with the skills needed in the workforce and prepare them for real-world opportunities and challenges they may face.
We are currently in uncharted territory in the world of college admissions. Institutions have the opportunity to rebuild the system so that applicants from all walks of life and demographics can access education.
Recognizing that alumni are not mere one-time customers, but ongoing beneficiaries in need of support long after the first graduation holds the potential to transform both the higher education and workforce landscapes.
By balancing quantitative and qualitative data, we can advance meaningful solutions that address higher education’s most pressing problems and create a more valuable educational experience for all students.
Incubator programming helps students gain entrepreneurial skills and face new career opportunities and provides business partners with pools of future employees that have the skills and expertise they are looking for in new hires.