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Emsi provides labor market data that helps higher education and workforce development professionals build a better workforce and nurture strong economies, businesses, and graduates. Hundreds of institutions trust Emsi's user-friendly services to align programs to local needs, boost enrollment, connect students to successful careers, and demonstrate their positive economic impact on their regions. On the Web:
economicmodeling.com

On Twitter:
@EmsiData

AGS Data Systems specializes in configurable tracking and analytics software solutions and consulting services to community colleges nationwide to demonstrate student education, training and job placement achievements. We support performance outcomes for H-1B, Career Pathways, Apprenticeships, and other specialized grants and programs; and perform multi-program analysis and consortium-wide reporting to demonstrate results to funders and the community. On the Web:
gstars.com

On Twitter:
@GSTARS_AGS

The CompTIA Academy Program provides valuable tools and resources to assist schools in recruiting, training, certifying, and upgrading the skills of their students in IT programs. CompTIA’s academic team can help you foster student success by preparing tomorrow’s workforce for the tremendous job opportunities in IT careers. On the Web:
comptia.org

On Twitter:
@CompTIA

Educational Testing Service (ETS) is an influential player in the career and technical education space, particularly for community colleges. ETS also recently created a new initiative on connecting education and workforce, which is highly aligned with SNE goal and initial focus on CTE/community college space. On the Web:
ets.org

On Twitter:
@ETSInsights


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