Alumni report an increase in confidence and career awareness to achieve their goals.
Greater student footfall on campus led to increased career counseling this year.
We saw a surge in hirings from women-friendly workplaces and on technical campuses.
Families added or saw an increase in the income level of one earning member.
Students built transferable skills based on the 4Cs (communication, creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration) to start careers they want, improve financial security, and be ready for a hybrid workplace.
*Against a 3-year avg (taken to account for 2020’s economic shutdown)
- A79% of alumni improved job readiness.
- B120% more alumni joined the workforce*.
- C27.5% more women alumni started jobs*.
- D4X growth in alumni families’ avg. income.