Request for Proposal: Study on Long-Term Efficacy of Career Programs

02/12/18

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Long-Term Efficacy

Request for Proposal
ECMC Foundation is looking to support a study on the long-term impact of enrolling in a non-accredited and/or non-portable program compared to enrolling in an accredited program within a postsecondary career pathway.

The Foundation is particularly interested in wage data, career growth, and highest credential earned (certificate or degree) for individuals who entered or reentered an accredited program within a postsecondary career pathway or a non-accredited and/or non-portable program as an adult learner (ages 18 and older).

Requirements
In order to be considered for this opportunity, interested organizations must submit a Letter of Inquiry to Patrick Bourke (pbourke@ecmc.org) at ECMC Foundation by March 19, 2018. The selected organization will be contacted no later than April 2, 2018 and asked to submit a full grant proposal (including a more concrete action plan and budget) to the ECMC Foundation by May 1, 2018. Follow this link for more details.

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