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Offer flexible and responsive programs to meet educational workforce needs measured through program changes, adaptations, and technological upgrades
Total Rating 4 - Increase
The College will effectively utilize regional economic and labor market indicators to inform curriculum, programs, and services that improve student labor market outcomes.
Rating 3.5 - Increase
The College will maintain resources spent on new technology in classrooms.
Rating 4.0 - Increase
The College will increase the number of degrees and certificates earned in Career and Technical Education programs.
Rating 3.5 - Decrease
The College will collaborate with local industries to build relationships and assure consistence with workforce needs.
Rating 5.0 - Steady
The College will collaborate with area organizations and businesses to build internship opportunities align with student educational goals.
Rating Under Development