How Colleges Can Shrink the Gap

This is the reality of today’s funding structure for community colleges. By designing degree programs with multiple “on-off” ramps and stackable certificates, colleges not only give students the flexibility to work in the field while building technical skills, they also help employers understand the long-term value for workers and the institution to complete credentials. “ByContinue reading How Colleges Can Shrink the Gap

Industry-Education Partnerships: Core of CTE Programs

Secondary and post-secondary CTE programs must be designed in partnership with local and regional industry partners. This article illustrates the importance of building innovative and flexible models that can change as workplace skill demands evolve with technology. Partnerships Lead to Student Success Bryan D. Albrecht | President and Chief Executive Officer, Gateway Technical College “…ToContinue reading Industry-Education Partnerships: Core of CTE Programs