AACC Presentation: Does Your College’s Website Help Students?

April 17, 2012 by Emsi Burning Glass

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On April 21-23, EMSI will be attending the 92nd annual convention of AACC (American Association of Community Colleges) in Orlando, FL. If you are attending, pop by the EMSI booth (#401) and visit with us! You should also check out Luke Jankovic’s presentation on Monday, April 23, 9:15-10:15 a.m., where he’ll be speaking along with Dr. Anne M. Kress, President of Monroe Community College. Details are below:

Presentation: Does Your College’s Website Help Students Understand How Your Programs Prepare Them for Careers?

Description: Students say that being able to find quality information on a college website is key for the enrollment decision. And with so much interest and scrutiny on jobs and the economy – students want to know how the education and training that colleges provide lead to good jobs. This session will discuss how to get this good, local career information on the college website and how to make sure current and potential students can access, understand, and use this data to make smarter enrollment decisions at your college.

Program Goals

  • What data should students consider?

  • Where does the data come from?

  • How can you get it on your website?

  • How can we associate careers to your education and training programs?

  • How can this data support outreach and marketing?


For more info about EMSI and the presentation at AACC, email Gwen Burrow (gburrow@economicmodeling.com) or leave a comment below. You can find out more about EMSI here. Reach us via Twitter @DesktopEcon.