Increasing equitable access to internships

With more employers hiring college interns to fill full-time positions, colleges and organizations are working to ensure that students of all backgrounds can access internship opportunities and their lasting benefits.

Report: Racial, gender gaps persist despite degree attainment gains

A new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce finds that the share of U.S. adults with college degrees has increased across all demographic groups, but ongoing gaps between white adults and adults from historically underrepresented groups fuel disparities in lifetime earnings that weaken the U.S. economy.

Which ‘college-to-jobs’ programs position students for economic mobility?

A new report explores career-focused opportunities available to college students—programming like job shadowing, internships, cohort structures, and career coaching—and highlights the most promising approaches for colleges looking to improve students’ academic and employment outcomes.

A college education is still the most reliable pathway to the middle class

Despite skepticism about higher education and the growing popularity of career and professional training programs, a college degree remains the most dependable route to sustainable economic opportunity, according to the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.