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Pathways to Tech Careers

Pathways to Tech Careers

With sponsorship from The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, research by KeyUp, and in partnership with various community partners, we’re excited to present this report of pathways for all learners that lead to high-quality jobs in IT. This report reflects the learnings produced by qualitative research done with Austin-based technical educators, recruiters, human resource managers, and tech employees. The report covers technical career pathways, technical career ladders within those pathways, and an overview of the educational institutions that support technical job seekers in the Capital Area. It emphasizes alternative educational programs because, though 2- or 4-year degrees are the surest...
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Post Traditional Student Experience

Post Traditional Student Experience

Young adults in our community face (and often overcome) a variety of barriers in their pursuit of a college degree. What’s often overlooked is the unique life circumstances that impact their degree path. This research, supported by The Webber Foundation, explains more: Read the report.
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Checklist for Starting Your Own PelotonU

Checklist for Starting Your Own PelotonU

Starting a blended higher education program is a lot easier than you might think. Unlike launching a traditional college–which can take more than five years, millions of dollars, and dozens of people–you can have a fully-functioning blended higher education program up and running in six months and for less than $250,000 The core things you’ll need to be ready to launch ORGANIZATIONAL LEAD.* Appoint someone who is willing to commit 5-8 hours a month to leading the initiative. BUY-IN.* Get approval from relevant stakeholders in your organization. RESOURCES.* Reserve $250,000 for program launch and the first twelve months of operations. PERSONNEL.*...