Bringing Intentionality to the Institution to Drive Student Success
On this week’s episode of Illumination by Modern Campus, we look at the impact of Student Affairs and Continuing Education divisions, and how to bring intentionality into your engagement strategy.
For decades, continuing and workforce education have been sitting on the periphery of most institutions, even though they drive tremendous revenue and enrollment growth. Continuing and workforce education have the expertise in meeting the needs of non-traditional students, which have now become modern learners. As we move into this new era of higher education, what role do continuing and workforce education play in delivering the mission of the modern community college?
As skill gaps between education and the workforce continue to grow,it’s time for change. Institutions and industries have to work closer together to align programming with employer needs. In doing this, how is the perspective of employers changing in regards to the relationships they develop with local colleges?
These changes mean that different parts of the institution need to come together. In working with the broader institution, what roles do Workforce Development and Student Affairs play in executing the institution’s mission?
Working toward a more collaborative future requires all hands on deck. So what advice is there for leaders looking to bring intentionality to their work?
Listen to this week’s episode of Illumination by Modern Campus, featuring Anton Reece, to unlock the answers to these questions and discover some best practices to bring intentionality to your institution to drive student success and outcomes.
Author Perspective: Administrator