Jobspeaker and Cerritos College Engaging in Workforce Development
SAN FRANCISCO, January 14, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Jobspeaker and Cerritos College are working together to achieve goals in workforce development. As a skills-based education to employment platform, Jobspeaker helps Cerritos College easily manage and keep track of their students/alumni progress on their learning and career pathway, resulting in achieving the goal of creating a capable and skilled workforce. Jobspeaker’s platform has tremendous benefits to the college and its’ community of users.
Cerritos College, founded in 1955, is one of the top community colleges in Los Angeles County offering comprehensive, high-quality, affordable education and career training. Randy Morales, Cerritos College TAACCGT Grant Project Manager, is a strong believer in Jobspeaker. He understands the business of education and what it takes to ensure students, campus and employers have the tools to accomplish their work at Cerritos College and through Project Leap. He states “the benefits of Jobspeaker for the college is [how] user-friendly [it is] for the student, campus, and employers.”
Cerritos College through Project Leap, a consortium of community colleges that seeks to identify, promote and encourage innovative partnerships between employers, K-12, community colleges and higher education institutions to help today’s ‘working learners’ complete their education while developing their career. The foundation of the consortium’s project is to help the Advanced Manufacturing, Retail/Business and other selected industry sectors as determined by each campus, succeed by building educational/career pathways throughout these industries, and to prepare workers for placement and advancement in high skill and high demand occupations. Jobseeker is partnering with the consortium to make the platform available to its members.
Jobspeaker, founded in 2009, is a technology company based in San Francisco, California. Jobspeaker focuses on solving the job search for all parties involved by bridging the gap between education, employment and working with high schools, workforce agencies, colleges and employers. For more information on Jobspeaker: http://jobspeaker.com
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