Let's Start With The Basics
How Will You Succeed? Only
one-third of employers think that recent college graduates have the skills and abilities necessary for
success. We facilitate learning experiences that support personal and professional goal attainment.
How Will You Stand Out? Nearly half of recent college graduates are in jobs that do not
require a degree. We can help you lean the skills required to be competitive in the global workplace.
We’ll show you how to make the connections, write the resume, and ace the interview on the way to
your perfect job.
Brighter Edge helps you gain the professional skills and abilities you need to succeed.
If you're a community college or university that wants to give your students the Brighter Edge
advantage, learn more about our campus programs.
How can Brighter Edge help you succeed?
Interested in being a stronger candidate or employee in an increasingly
competitive job market? Brighter Edge provides you unlimited access to the
materials you need to master our “Essential Skills and Abilities for a
Changing Workforce.” | Learn More
Colleges and Universities
Ready to take your graduates to the next level? Brighter Edge partners directly
with colleges and universities to provide your students with a professional skills
and abilities program that fits seamlessly with your existing curriculum. |
Businesses and Nonprofits
Could your employees be even better with improved communication, planning, and
time management skills? We can customize our curriculum to meet your needs or fit
with existing training programs. | Learn More
Interested in sharing your experience with the world? We develop our programs
in partnership with some of the top professionals at the most innovative, respected,
and important companies in the country. | Learn More
What People Are Saying
According to a
recent poll by Gallup, only 33% of business leaders agree that colleges
and universities are graduating students with the skills and abilities that their business
A February 2014
poll by Northeastern University found that 85% of business leaders nationally
believed that only some or very few recent graduates had the skills or capabilities they
identified as most important.
Numerous organizations, including the Society for Human Resource Management,
have confirmed the need for more employees with “Essential Skills and
Abilities for a Changing Workforce.”