Engaging Students in Their Learning

By Christine Sproles, MSN, BSN, RN, Assistant Dean of Nursing and Nursing Instructor, Fortis Institute
Engaging students in their learning may seem like a daunting task. The purpose of this article is to provide strategies for motivating students to be engaged in their own learning and, at the same time, make the learning enjoyable and improve student outcomes.

Career Colleges – Entering a 21st Century Where Industry Certifications and Employment Relevance are Essential

High: A School Must Purposefully Develop Culture

Interview with Andrew High, COO and General Counsel, West Coast Ultrasound Institute
As part of CER’s leadership series, Andrew High, COO and General Counsel at West Coast Ultrasound Institute discusses changes and ideas he has implemented, shares current challenges and thoughts about the future of career education.

Bellus Academy President Changing Students’ Lives and Perceptions of Career Education

Exploring Educational and Healthcare Provider Partnerships to Improve Graduate Placement and Healthcare Recruiting Outcomes

By Dr. Amanda Smith, Vice Provost - Curriculum and Academic Services and Beth Garland, Senior Vice President - Strategic Operations, Ultimate Medical Academy
As healthcare providers face increasing competition to source strong employees in a tight labor market, proactive partnerships with educational institutions can help build a pipeline of job-ready candidates. This article discusses how Ultimate Medical Academy is implementing a strategic plan to help graduates obtain jobs and to help healthcare employers reduce interview-to-hire ratios, optimize hiring channels, and decrease hiring costs.

Employer Engagement Adds Significant Value to Career College Curricula, Students and Graduates