Collecting graduate employment data by program, at regular intervals, provides valuable insights into the job market, helps identify skill shortages, and informs decisions about education and training programs.
In this webinar you’ll learn how to:
Keep up with a changing job market
Communicate the link between degrees and employment
Setup a graduate tracer survey and put your data to work
Identify trends and find comparisons, in challenging markets
Our panel of higher education experts will share their perspectives and provide practical information and examples from around the world to help institutions better gather, analyze, and make evidence-based decisions with their data.
Kim Yousey-Elsener is the Senior Manager for Career Data and Research at Lightcast, an organization providing data-driven talent strategies through bringing clarity to educators about the changing labor market. She has over 2 decades of experience in higher education. Her research interests include developing student retention, graduate career outcomes and high impact practices. Kim received her PhD in Higher Education Administration at New York University.
Germán Cossio Arredondo is Director of the Employability Skills Department at Santo Tomás University in Chile. He has 18 years’ experience in the Development of Employability competencies. Previously he worked with the Chilean government to enhance Employability as a competence in education and developing predictive models to anticipate the labor market skill requirements. German received a Masters degree from the University College London (UCL).
Dalila Suhonjic is an international education specialist with 20 years of experience in international education and student services with experience in over 30 countries. Dalila has held administrative leadership positions as a director of several departments at Berkeley College (NY), Fairleigh Dickinson University (NJ), Seneca College (Toronto, Canada) and York University (Toronto, Canada).
The webinar will be moderated by Amy Refaat, IFC’s Senior Private Sector Specialist.