In a competitive job market, new graduates need all the help they can get to translate their solid education and practical experience to that first full-time job. Launched last spring, the RavenReady program is unique to Anderson University and its students, and it’s helping Falls School of Business grads get a step ahead.
Last week, we looked at a snapshot of the current numbers in relation to three categories: employment, education, and housing. This week, we will build upon that foundation in each of those areas and, in some cases, mention what is being done — or can be done — to improve outcomes.
To be useful, an economic overview should contain at least two parts: a snapshot of what has historically been and an outlook of what likely looks to be. The purpose of this discussion is to fulfill the first part in three crucial categories with the outlook coming next week. While the numbers may look discouraging, they tell a story that cannot be avoided no matter how cold they may appear.
The Anderson University Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) program is off to a great start for the 2012-2013 academic year. The students are working on the projects that have been ongoing for the past several years in addition to several new projects. Ongoing projects include Flying to Financial Freedom, where budgeting and credit management are worked on; and Cheat Your Neighbor, Cheat Yourself, which focuses on teaching the importance of ethical behavior to elementary students.