Non-Credit Community College Programs as a Bridge to Employers

Presented by: Dr. Sara Haviland and Dr. Steve Robbins
Center for Education and Career Development, Educational Testing Service (ETS)

Supported by Jacqueline and Alan Stuart Endowed Faculty Chair for Workforce Development
Non-credit Career and Technical Education programs allow colleges to respond to rapid shifts in labor market needs in a very meaningful, agile, and organic way. By having a finger on the pulse of workforce needs, colleges are able to ensure that offerings and programs are aligned to student and employer needs. WCC participated in a state-wide assessment of community college noncredit programs (institution report for Westchester Community College attached). Drs. Haviland and Robbins, researchers from ETS, share insights, findings, and recommendations during this presentation.
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