The Hidden Motivations of Prospective Students – New Research

By Shane Sparks, Co-founder, Enrollment Resources
Enrollment Resources recently compiled data from over 125,000 prospective students who had completed a detailed online survey. An analysis of the results has uncovered fascinating insights into career education prospective students, including where they are in the process, their work situation and motivations.

Reanimating Your Zombie Leads

Assuring Graduates are Prepared for Work and Careers: The Essential Employability Qualities Certification

By Melanie Booth, Ed.D., Executive Director, The Quality Assurance Commons for Higher & Postsecondary Education
Designed in partnership with higher educational programs, students, and employers, the EEQ CERT offers a new approach for assuring and communicating educational programs’ quality, relevance, and value.

Placement Rate Misrepresentation – Background, Analysis and Prevention

Mast: ‘Defining Moments’ Help People Find Purpose and Success in Life

Written from CECU Plenary Presentation, “A Commitment to Service” with U.S. Representative Brian Mast (FL-18)
Career colleges allow students to redefine their lives, offering opportunities to find purpose and success in their lives, according to U.S. Rep. Brian Mast. He discussed how he redefined his life after being injured in the U.S. Army at the 2018 CECU Annual Convention and Expo.

Highlights From CSPEN’s 2019 Higher Education Policy Meeting

Can Consensus be Found for the Future of Postsecondary Career Education?

Written from CECU Plenary Presentation, “Can We Find Consensus: The Future of Postsecondary Career Education” with Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed, Ben Miller, Center for American Progress and Keith Zakarin, Duane Morris
During the closing session at the 2018 CECU Annual Convention and Expo, “Can We Find Consensus: The Future of Postsecondary Career Education,” panelists Ben Miller of the Center for American Progress and Keith Zakarin of Duane Morris discussed the path career education needs to take.

Highlights From CSPEN’s 2019 Higher Education Policy Meeting