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Noncredit Workforce Education

Community colleges offer noncredit education programs for workers looking to develop skills in particular fields. Increasingly, employers are asking colleges to develop customized programs that train workers for particular positions. Our research examines this trend and its benefits for workers, businesses, and communities.


Latest Publications

DECEMBER 2009
Counting the Hidden Assets: First Steps in Assessing the Impact of Community College Noncredit Education Programs on the Workforce and Local Economies
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JUNE 2009
The Outlook for Noncredit Workforce Education
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APRIL 2009
The Landscape of Noncredit Workforce Education: State Policies and Community College Practices
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MARCH 2003
Community Colleges and the Equity Agenda: The Potential of Noncredit Education
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MARCH 2003
The Uneven Distribution of Employee Training by Community Colleges: Description and Explanation
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JANUARY 2000
Community Colleges and Contract Training: Content, Origins, and Impact
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JUNE 1997
Workforce, Economic, and Community Development: The Changing Landscape of the Entrepreneurial Community College
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