Mathematica is continuously monitoring this fluid situation, and we are proactively working to minimize any potential impacts on our clients, partners, staff, and the important work that we do together. Learn more.
Implementing the Virginia RETHINKS Health Sciences Education TAACCCT Grant
- Career coaches have strengthened collaboration between colleges and the workforce development system to better serve clients, but sustaining these connections will require additional resources after the grant period.
- College-specific barriers related to resources, time, and local labor market conditions limited the implementation of the proposed statewide E-HLTH career studies certificate.
- Colleges are adopting new technology platforms to increase efficiencies for students, faculty, and administrators, but they face challenges sustaining use of these platforms after the grant ends.
Hand in Hand: Community Colleges Help Build Career Pathways for Dislocated and Low-Skilled Workers
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration