Georgia State plans to improve student career outcomes by sharing job data
Georgia State University plans to create and expand information systems designed to help students find a job, using a $250,000 grant announced last week.
The funding is part of a $10 million effort by the higher education nonprofits Strada Education Network and the Taskforce on Higher Education and Opportunity to improve career outcomes at higher education institutions. GSU expects to build out current initiatives, including “Career Explorer” pages that collect data for career outcomes for each major and courses on common workplace software, and hire a designer to work on a digital learner record, College to Career faculty director Angela Marie Christie told EdScoop.
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