What is Keiser University regularly doing to align your degree offerings to skills that employers want and need?
In Florida we have more than 1,000 advisory board members. They are local employers and industry leaders. We communicate with each one of them in person at least twice a year. We recruit our faculty from the same sources. I serve as the Chair of Florida’s Workforce Board, where I stay well in touch with Florida’s commercial, research and employment future. Are governments generally helpful or generally unhelpful? Bear in mind that unemployment is at an all-time high nationally and in Florida. At this time, government is helpful. Workforce Investment Act money as well as workforce-related stimulus funds are being well spent developing talent. Surprise our readers with your four most recent locations. We have 100 bachelors students in Shanghai co-located with the Hong Kong Institute of Business and Shanghai Jiao Tong University. We have 50 students in the European Republic of Moldova, some of whom are pursuing MBAs. We also have 30 business degree students in Singapore. And, in Port St.
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