ason Altmire talks to Lindsay Daugherty, a senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation, about the value of stackable credentials. They discuss which fields offer the greatest opportunities for increased earnings through stackable credentials.
“The health care industry must make education attainable and affordable to confront the nursing shortage and other challenges, and Post University has done exactly that,” Chad says. “I’m very pleased with the education I’ve received.”
Jason Altmire discusses Georgia's pressing manufacturing workforce shortage with Stephanie Scearce, Director of Workforce Development at the Georgia Association of Manufacturers (GAM).
Carolyn Brewster began the Dental Assistant (DA) program with a significant disadvantage. She was facing financial difficulties and struggling to keep her home for herself and her children.
YouScience uses a unique approach to help students connect to future careers by understanding their natural aptitudes and aligning them with educational pathways
Jason Altmire and Cheryl Oldham, Vice President of Education Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, explore the critical issue of workforce shortages in America through the Chamber’s America Works Initiative.
Jason Altmire speaks to Trace Urdan, Managing Director at Tyton Partners, about the challenges facing higher education, including school closures and consolidations, the rising costs of college, and insight into online program management.
Jenna Abeyta, a graduate of Post University, was awarded the Accounting Excellence Award by Crowe LLP. She thanked her family and Post University for the support that led to this achievement.
Host Jason Altmire speaks with Jennifer Maher, the executive director of the TechForce Foundation, about their commitment to helping individuals find career education opportunities.
Guest Dr. Van Davis shares his research with host Jason Altmire. Dr. Davis explains how colleges are using AI, as well as the benefits and challenges of incorporating AI.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Dr. Barbara Mistick about working toward equity and navigating complicated regulatory, funding, and policy issues in higher education.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with economist Dr. Beth Akers about the value of a college degree, the ramifications of student loan forgiveness policies, and the role of data in higher education accountability.
Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Van Ton-Quinlivan, CEO of Futuro Health, about tackling the workforce shortage by providing a consortium of education partners and offering a human touch healthcare program, making healthcare careers accessible to a broa
Sholanda, a mother of four who was escaping domestic abuse, relocated to Las Vegas seeking a fresh start. Inspired by her daughter's asthma and her exposure to the medical field, she pursued a Respiratory Therapy program at Pima Medical Institute.
Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Justin Draeger, President and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), about financial aid reform and the onslaught of borrower defense claims.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Rich Thau of Engagious about how the use of dial testing focus groups and in-depth interviews can help create a message that resonates with your audience.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire has a fascinating discussion with Senior Research Scholar Dr. Davis Jenkins about the role of community colleges in providing value and return on investment for students.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Congresswoman Virginia Foxx (R-NC) to discuss how Congress can improve postsecondary education so students and taxpayers will benefit from a better system.