Washington, DC – July 25, 2016 - The recent hack of the Democratic National Committee, part of a wave of cyberattacks targeting American organizations, shows that the need for skilled cybersecurity professionals is more important than ever. Experts have commented that the cybersecurity industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. But the industry faces a critical problem: a shortage of skilled workers.
Career Education Colleges and Universities Sends Letter to U.S. Department of Education, Federal Trade Commission, and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Asking Them To Address Student Loan Debt-Relief Scams
Washington, DC – July 14, 2016 – America’s Career Education Colleges and Universities wrote the leaders of the U.S. Department of Education, Federal Trade Commission, and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, asking them to establish an inter-agency coordinating committee to fight the growing student loan debt-relief scams in America.
July 8, 2016 – Washington, DC – This month the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 7.8 million Americans are unemployed, while at the same time 5.8 million jobs remain unfilled in America. This crisis exists because employers demand "job ready" employees and prospective employees are simply not able to bridge the skills gap without appropriate education and training.