Tuesday, November 14 • 2:55pm - 3:45pm
College to Career Pathways: A New Online Tool for Adult Learners Returning to Education

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In 2014, the 15 Massachusetts community colleges received $5 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to create an online tool for people to research high-demand, high-paying occupations, and to connect to community college programs that prepare them for their career goals. The GPSTEM Student Pathways Application will soon be launching in beta, for use by the public, and at career centers and colleges. Come see this powerful new tool in action and learn how it will enable job seekers to get on the path to higher education and rewarding STEM careers. Behind the scenes, the data project will enable researchers to explore skills gaps by regions and track employment outcomes for program completers. These tools will help community colleges align programs with workforce demands, and will support the regional planning efforts under WIOA.


Kathleen M. Kirby

GPSTEM Statewide Project Director, Massasoit Community College


Gregory Bunn

Assistant Secretary for Policy and Planning, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

David Leavitt

Executive Director of Institutional Research, Bunker Hill Community College

Tuesday November 14, 2017 2:55pm - 3:45pm
Meeting Room B