Implementing the Virginia RETHINKS Health Sciences Education TAACCCT Grant
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
May 22, 2015
- Career coaches have strengthened collaboration between colleges and the workforce development system to better serve clients, but sustaining these connections will require additional resources after the grant period.
- College-specific barriers related to resources, time, and local labor market conditions limited the implementation of the proposed statewide E-HLTH career studies certificate.
- Colleges are adopting new technology platforms to increase efficiencies for students, faculty, and administrators, but they face challenges sustaining use of these platforms after the grant ends.
Hand in Hand: Community Colleges Help Build Career Pathways for Dislocated and Low-Skilled Workers
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
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