Author Archive: CFA Staff

About CFA Staff

College for America is an accredited, nonprofit college dedicated to making a college degree achievable for every working adult: flexibly scheduled, uniquely applicable, competency-based education for just $3,000 a year (or less).

Why Educate and Retain is the Answer to Your Talent Shortage

Posted In: Workforce Insight

As good talent becomes harder to find, more companies are looking to educational programs for developing their talent pools from within.

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Building Pathways to Careers for Veterans – How This Assistant First Sergeant Made the Transition to Oracle

Supporting careers for veterans means more than helping them get degrees. Career advising and employer partnerships helps veterans like this one thrive in civilian careers.

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Supporting Alternative Pathways to Learning for Adult Students

Posted In: Students

Working adult students may have some doubts about if they can complete a degree. Well designed support systems can make the difference.

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L&D Trends: What the Experts Talked About in 2018 … and What to Expect in 2019

Posted In: Workforce Insight

We reviewed the programs of every major conference for talent leaders to identify the learning and development trends for 2018 and 2019.

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Creating Leadership Paths for Veterans Through The Walgreens HERO Program

Posted In: Students

The new Walgreens HERO program and SNHU are adding educational and leadership opportunities for veterans.

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Student Spotlight: Hewlett Packard’s Kyle Martarello

Posted In: Students

Kyle Martarello was on a traditional path a decade ago. After graduating from high school, he went to college and about a year into his journey, was doing well.

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CLO Symposium

Posted In: Events

CLO Symposium
April 1-3, 2019
SNHU will be a platinum sponsor of the CLO Spring Symposium on April 1-3, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV.
To learn more about the conference click here.

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A Quick Fix to Align Your Tuition Assistance Policy with CBE

Posted In: Workforce Insight

A tuition assistance policy built around credit hours and GPA doesn’t align perfectly with a competency-based degree program. But this one simple change irons out the problem.

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Why the Liberal Arts Will Be More Important Than Ever in an AI-Enabled Workforce

Posted In: Academics

The growing presence of AI (artificial intelligence) in today’s workforce must be counterbalanced by the human touch; specifically, employees with the competencies and soft skills afforded by a libe…

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A Short Glossary of Alternative Credentials In Higher Ed

Posted In: Workforce Insight

A 4-year degree is still the primary credential for professional-level employment. But traditional degrees have several limitations, and alternatives are emerging to overcome those limitations.

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