Posts Tagged ‘DCCCD’

Solve the Nursing Shortage by Solving the Faculty Shortage

Posted by Juanita Flint

INNOVATION AND BETTER SALARIES ARE PART OF THE STRATEGY


While the United States has grappled with a nursing shortage for many years, a new wrinkle has emerged that affects the shortage even further.

A lack of nursing faculty at colleges …

North Texas is Talent Central, Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships

Posted by Joe D. May

A HIGH-PERFORMING WORKFORCE IS CRITICAL TO DFW’S FUTURE


When it comes to a high-quality workforce that is fueling one of the nation’s top economic engines, North Texas is “talent central.” If a company or an organization needs individuals with specific …

One Community, Many Partners

Posted by Jean Conway

Under normal circumstances, the Dallas County Community College District partners with K-12, colleges, and universities, the business community, and other organizations to provide the resources our students need to succeed in the classroom or on the job.

At other times, …

The Power of Convening Spurs Innovation

Posted by Joe D. May

I often have been puzzled about why some communities appear to be more innovative than others. I thought that maybe they were lucky, had won the genetic lottery, and therefore, had better talent than other communities. I also thought perhaps …