For colleges and universities, the “great resignation” might be an opportunity to reach working adults looking to upskill for a new job. They could transform the college experience from a four-year academic experience... to a lifelong learning experience.
So how are colleges adapting to stay competitive? And will these demands change the face of college as we know it?
Higher Ed Rewired spoke with Paul Fain, author of the Job newsletter at Inside Higher Ed, Julie Newman-Biggers, director of career development at Clemson University, Allison Salisbury, senior vice president at Guild Education and Chipotle field recruiting analyst, Iris Vazquez Morales. They share their ideas and experience on how the university model can evolve to emphasize career preparation, prepare students for future opportunities, and bring a new demographic of students to the table.
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