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.