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15 Leadership Certificate Programs to Boost Your Career

CIO; August 14 2019

Leadership training can help you hone the skills necessary to succeed in high-level positions. Champlain's online certificate in leadership was named as one of the top in-person and online certificate programs to help you develop the optimal leadership qualities for your organization and career by CIO.

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2020 Best Online Colleges in America

Niche; August 2019

Champlain College Online was named one of the Best Online Colleges in America by Niche, an annual ranking based on key statistics and student reviews using data from the U.S. Department of Education.

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Always a Ripe Time for Learning

The Washington Informer; August 14, 2019

In recent years, growing numbers of seniors have returned to the classroom to prove they are still ripe for learning. A national Champlain College Online 2018 survey found that 60% of U.S. adults age 23 to 55 without a bachelor's degree have considered returning to school.

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Best Online Bachelor's in Software Engineering Degree Programs

The Best Schools; July 18, 2019

Champlain College Online was recently named as having the #11 Best Online Bachelor's in Software Engineering Degree Program in the nation by The Best Schools. Software engineering is a growing field with a stable outlook and many lucrative positions available; earning a bachelor's degree in software engineering can lead to greater employment opportunities.

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Closing the cyber skills gap: Advice from a CEO, CTO and educator

Security Boulevard; July 11, 2019

Finding new cybersecurity workers and continually developing their skills is vital for organizations' data security - and an opportunity for those beginning or progressing their infosec careers. Learn more about how organizations can close the cybersecurity skills gap from Champlain College Online cybersecurity co-chair Kathleen Hyde.

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6 Great Jobs You Can Get With an Online Degree

U.S. News & World Report; July 9, 2019

Champlain College Online AVP Melissa Marcello is quoted in this article on how to find a great job - and become more marketable - with an online degree.

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Positioning Higher Education Institutions to Serve the Corporate Market

EvoLLLution; May 16, 2019

In this interview, AVP of Enrollment Management for Champlain Online discusses how creating strong partnerships between higher education institutions and corporations enhances student success and can help tighten the skills gap that currently exists in the workforce.

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Online Tuition Too High? Cut It In Half

Inside Higher Ed; April 17, 2019

Buoyed by growing enrollment, Champlain College slashed prices for its online undergraduate programs. Administrators are pleased with the results--which could point to a viable pricing model.

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Champlain College Online Named Best Online Degree Program in Vermont

Vermont Business Magazine; April 4, 2019

For the third consecutive year, Champlain College Online was named Vermont's Best Online Degree Program in Vermont Business Magazine's Best of Business Awards.

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Heroes Among Us

Authority Magazine; March 18, 2019

Chief Master Sergeant Brian J. Marchessault speaks to Authority Magazine about the life and leadership lessons he has learned through his experience in the military, with a particular focus on the impact of education and mentorship in his own life. 

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Closing the Cyber Skills Gap: CyberSpeak Podcast

Infosec Institute; February 16, 2019

Champlain College Online cybersecurity co-chair Kathleen Hyde discussed how organizations can find new and innovative ways of closing the cyber skills gap on a recent podcast with the Infosec Institute. 

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Cybersecurity Education Goes Broad

Security Magazine; January 4, 2019

Future cybersecurity leaders need a wider set of skills and knowledge. Champlain College Online cybersecurity co-chair Kathleen Hyde gives her perspective on why employers are looking for professionals have both cybersecurity training and a broader skillset that includes problem-solving skills, communication skills, and more.

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Champlain College Online Appoints Gabriel Clevenger as Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management

January 14, 2019

In his new role, Clevenger will lead the College's efforts to sustain enrollment growth with a focus on expanding its existing national workforce development partnership program known as truED.

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How Going Back to School Can Accelerate Your Federal Career

Federal Times; December 20, 2018

The future federal civilian workforce is being built today in the classrooms of some of the nation's best colleges. It is there where transformational leadership skills are being developed, cyberattacks are being thwarted, and the soft skills needed to perform and persist are being honed.

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Champlain College Online Bachelor's Program Enrollment Jumps Following Decision to Reduce Undergraduate Tuition for Adult Learners by 50%

December 11, 2018

Following the decision earlier this year to reduce tuition for its online undergraduate programs, the college has seen a positive impact on its Fall enrollment, with a significant increase in Vermont residents enrolling in bachelor's degree programs.

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Champlain College Pledges to Support National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2018 as a Champion

October 4, 2018

Champlain College  announced that it has become a Champion of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2018. It will be joining a growing global effort among businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy. 

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Can For-Profit Colleges Rebound?

EducationNext; October 2018

Champlain College Provost and Chief Academic Officer Laurie Quinn is quoted in this article on the online learning landscape, and whether for-profit colleges will get a second chance amid tough market conditions.

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Survey Results Show Need for More Diversity in the Cybersecurity Field

Diverse Issues in Higher Education; September 26, 2018

According to a recent Champlain College Online survey, more can be done to recruit women into the field of cybersecurity.

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Survey: Demand for Cybersecurity Education is High

Campus Technology; September 11, 2018

In a recent survey from Champlain College Online, 41 percent of respondents said they would consider returning to college for a cybersecurity degree or certificate in order to prepare for a cybersecurity job. And 72 percent would be willing to do the same if their current employer would pay for their training.

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The Secret to Get Employees to Go Back to School for Cybersecurity: Pay Their Tuition

TechRepublic; September 10, 2018

Cybersecurity professionals are in high demand, which leaves many companies in a bind when they need to expand their workforce. Instead of competing for talent, some organizations have begun looking to re-skilling or education programs for current employees. But, how many people are actually willing to give up their day job and learn how to become a cybersecurity pro? Quite a few, actually.

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Survey Finds Sizable Number of Adults Want to Reskill for Cybersecurity Careers

September 10, 2018

Many colleges - including Champlain College Online - are reducing their tuition costs in the face of increased competition.

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Bending to the Law of Supply and Demand, Some Colleges Are Dropping Their Prices

The Hechinger Report; August 30, 2018

Cybersecurity professionals are in high demand, which leaves many companies in a bind when they need to expand their workforce. Instead of competing for talent, some organizations have begun looking to re-skilling or education programs for current employees. But, how many people are actually willing to give up their day job and learn how to become a cybersecurity pro? Quite a few, actually.

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Why It's Difficult to Track How Many Adults Are in College

Education Dive; August 27, 2018

Experts have differing views about whether the number of adult learners is growing, but regardless of the trend, institutions should be doing more to target this group specifically.

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Cybersecurity in an Era of Smarter Hacks

Vermont Public Radio; August 7, 2018

VPR interviews Kathleen Hyde, chair of cybersecurity programs for Champlain College Online, about how to stay a step ahead of phishing, ransomware and other attempts to break down your digital defenses.

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Back to School: How Tuition Assistance Can Fuel Employee Growth and Engagement

Training Magazine; July 2018

Funding employees to enhance their formal education can pay off for organizations, leading to increased employee engagement and a more knowledgeable workforce. This is especially true when considering the results of a recent Champlain College Online survey that found that costs and student debt remain the biggest deterrents to adult students making the decision to go back to school.

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Champlain College Online Appoints Johnna Herrick-Phelps as Assistant Provost

July 17, 2018

Champlain College has announced the appointment of Dr. Johnna Herrick-Phelps to its academic leadership team. As assistant provost, Herrick-Phelps will lead the College's over 60 online academic programs.

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Leveraging a Tuition Decrease to Improve Competitiveness and Expand Access

EvoLLLution; July 9, 2018

By prioritizing cost reductions and focusing on back-end efficiencies and automations, Champlain College Online is able to maintain the quality of its digital undergraduate experience while significantly expanding access for adult learners.  

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Going Back to College After 50: The New Normal?

Forbes; July 1, 2018

Adult learners are now the majority of degree seekers in the United States. Champlain's Provost and Senior VP for Academics, Laurie Quinn, explores why growing numbers of adults ages 50 and above are choosing to go back to school.   

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Champlain College Online Ranked As One of the 50 Most Affordable Master's in Human Resource Management Online: Private Colleges 2018

The Best Master's Degrees; May 21, 2018

Champlain College Online was ranked as one o the 50 most affordable private colleges for online master's in human resource management degree programs of 2018.

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Connecting Citizens with Government in the Classroom

Government Executive; May 8, 2018

As the dean of a college that is fortunate to enroll nearly half of its online adult students from the ranks of public service professionals, I'd like to highlight the gift federal employees bring to any college fortunate enough to have them as students.

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Champlain College Online Ranked as One of the 18 Best Online Cyber Security Bachelor's Degrees 2018; May 8, 2018

Champlain College Online's bachelor's in cybersecurity degree was ranked the top 18 online bachelor's degrees in cyber security by - all of which "come from schools who have excellent reputations, great tuition rates, whip-smart faculty, and fascinating approaches to the field."

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Champlain College Online Named as One of 17 Best Schools With Online Computer Forensics Programs; May 8, 2018 profiled a wide range of digital forensic certificates & degrees to determine the 17 best schools with online computer forensics programs, and ranked Champlain College Online as #2.

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The Hope Gap: Helping Adult Students Overcome Barriers to Fulfilling Careers

Higher Education Today; April 30, 2018

According to a survey commissioned by Champlain College Online, many adults aged 23 to 55 without a bachelor's degree are dissatisfied with their careers. Champlain President Donald J. Laackman discusses the "hope gap" and how higher education institutions can help adult learners close that gap.  

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Champlain College Online Forms truED Alliance Partnership with athenahealth

April 24, 2018

Champlain College Online has formed a new truED Alliance partnership with athenahealth, a leading provider of network-enabled services for hospital and ambulatory clients nationwide. 

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Champlain College Online Ranked as One of Most Affordable Online Master's in Health Administration Degree Programs at a Private College

Grad School Hub; April 23, 2018

Champlain College Online was recognized as having one of the most affordable online master's in health administration degree programs at a private college by Grad School Hub.

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Champlain College President Discusses New Initiative To Increase Online Enrollment

WAMC; April 20, 2018

Champlain College President Donald J. Laackman discusses a new initiative to increase online enrollments. The college in Burlington, Vermont will halve tuition for its online learners.

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Dissecting a Glowing Report on Online Learning

Inside Higher Ed; April 18, 2018

Arizona State's report on digital learning draws cheers from online proponents -- and a few raised eyebrows from those who think the future is more complicated and warrants broader research. Champlain Provost and Senior Vice President for Academics Dr. Laurie Quinn shares her perspective.

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Champlain College Online Cuts Tuition in Half

University Business; April 12, 2018

Champlain College Online, a leader in career-focused adult higher education, today announced that it will reduce its online undergraduate tuition by 50 percent to $318 per credit, effective Fall 2018.

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Champlain College To Cut Tuition For Adult Online Students in Half

Education Dive; April 10, 2018

Burlington, Vermont-based Champlain College announced that its online division - Champlain College Online - will cut undergraduate tuition for adult students by half. In an interview with Education Dive, president of the institution, Don Laackman, said he hopes the move will help the institution raise its student count from 3,500 to 5,000 by 2020. 

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Champlain College Online Puts Career-Focused Education in Reach for More Adult Learners, Cuts Tuition by Half

April 10, 2018

Champlain College Online has announced that it will reduce its online undergraduate tuition by 50 percent to $318 per credit, effective Fall 2018.

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Post-Traditional Perspectives: Understanding the Needs of Adult Learners

The evoLLLution; April 4, 2018

In this interview, Champlain Provost and Senior Vice President for Academics Dr. Laurie Quinn shares her insights into a recent Champlain College Online national survey's findings and her views on the opportunities and challenges facing online higher education more broadly.

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Survey: 60% of American Adults Have Entertained the Idea of Heading Back to School

The Ladders; January 25, 2018

A new survey from Champlain College Online found that 60% of American adults have entertained the idea of once again hitting the books to secure a bachelor's degree, associate degree, or certificate.

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Report: For Many Adult Learners, Going to College is Desirable But Unaffordable

Education Dive; January 23, 2018

Adult learners without college degrees are apprehensive about the cost of higher education and the quality of online courses, but they expressed a desire to return to school, according to a nationwide survey from Champlain College Online.

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Best Online Web Design Degrees

College Choice; January 17, 2018

Champlain College Online was recently named as having the #15 Best Online Web Design Degree in the nation by College Choice. The job market for web designers is strong, with projected demand to rise 27% over the next few years - far above the national average - and an average salary of over $70,000 per year. Online undergraduate programs in web design & development are an affordable, accessible, and flexible way to earn your degree.  

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4 Ways Universities Can Better Engage with Nontraditional Students

EdTech Magazine; January 3, 2018

For colleges and universities to succeed today, treating nontraditional students as the norm is becoming quite important. With college enrollment declining over the past five years, looking to engage students who have often struggled in traditional academic settings might be a way for universities to increase their success.

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3 Tips for Developing a Cybersecurity Program That Stands Out

EdTech Magazine; December 19, 2017

Champlain College's Cybersecurity Program Director, Kathleen Hyde, offers her expertise on how institutions looking to close the cybersecurity skills gap can develop inclusive, successful, and unique cybersecurity offerings by reshaping their curricula to provide programs that are really for everyone.

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Champlain College Online Offers Options for Working Adults

Washington Exec; December 7, 2017

Students from each of the federal government's 257 agencies are enrolled in Champlain College Online's programs, and the private sector has also joined forces with Champlain as a workforce development strategy.

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Champlain College Named One of the Best Online Colleges of 2018; November 30, 2017

Champlain College Online was recently ranked #38 on's list of the 50 best online colleges for 2018. The list was made using qualitative measures and data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics and from individual schools themselves. Each ranked school is fully accredited, and is a not-for-profit institution that offers at least three accredited, 100% online degree programs.

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Champlain College Online Enhances Cybersecurity Program With New Leadership

Business Wire; November 29, 2017

Champlain College Online, designated as a National Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security, has announced a new chair of cybersecurity programs. Kathleen Hyde, MCIS, MBA, will help equip Champlain's adult students with the business and technical skills to solve some of the nation's most complex information security challenges. 

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25 Affordable Online Bachelor's Degrees in Cybersecurity; September 11, 2017

Cyber security is a rapidly growing, highly competitive field, and a bachelor's degree is required for most positions. Career opportunities are expected to grow much faster than average as the potential for cyberattacks increases, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a job growth rate of 18% over the next decade. Champlain College was listed as #19 on a recent list of 25 schools offering affordable online network security and cybersecurity degree programs that will result in a high return on investment for students and give them strong career prospects.

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AT&T Trains Future Cybersecurity Workers

WashingtonExec; August 28, 2017

There are an estimated 209,000 unfilled cybersecurity jobs in the United States alone. To help fill the gap, AT&T has established a skills program for its current employees through Champlain College.  "Depending on an employee's interests, goals and capabilities, we offer various levels and calibers of training, from proficiency training and certification courses to bachelor of science programs, and more." Since 2015, 735 AT&T employees have participated in Champlain's badge, certificate, undergraduate, and graduate degree programs. "All employees are offered the ability to pivot their skills," said Danessa Lambdin, vice president of security solutions.  

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20 Best Online Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration Degrees for 2017

College Choice; August 15, 2017

Champlain College Online was recently named as having the #17 Best Online Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration Degree Program by College Choice. The job market for Healthcare Administrators is increasing at a rapid pace, as the need for competent professionals in this field is at an all-time high--the Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts a 17% growth in the field through 2022. A bachelor's in Healthcare Administration is a great way to give your career the boost it needs and give you the skills to manage, direct, and coordinate medical services in a variety of settings.  Online undergraduate programs in healthcare administration are an affordable, accessible, and flexible way to earn your degree.  

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50 Best Online Associate's in Accounting Degrees for 2017

College Choice; August 10, 2017

Champlain College Online was recently named as having the #23 Best Online Associate in Accounting Degree Program by College Choice. Often called the "language of business," accounting is an integral aspect of financial literacy in today's dynamic business world. An online associate degree in accounting will offer a high return on investment, and is a great first step on the path towards a bachelor's degree in accounting. Online undergraduate programs in accounting are an affordable, accessible, and flexible way to earn your degree.  

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High Growth Margins Expected for Champlain College's New M.S. in Accounting 

Business Wire; July 17, 2017

Financial and Accounting Professionals Increase Business Acumen Through Immersive Program

Champlain College Online has introduced its Master of Science degree in Accounting. According to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), global automation and talent shortages are top concerns faced by financial professionals. This graduate degree helps students develop into competitive accounting professionals with an expert grasp on financial information and the strategic thinking needed to lead organizations within the private and public sectors.

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Sharpen Your Workforce Development IQ

Training Magazine; June 30, 2017

Workforce development through higher education is something all businesses need to consider.

A business is only as good as its workforce. As such, finding good employees, developing their talent, and keeping them are crucial to business success. Unfortunately, all three of those challenges have grown harder in recent years--something that can seriously threaten a business aiming to grow. 

Sean Collins, Senior Director, Organization and Leadership Development at Champlain College truED Alliance Member Dealertrack, Inc., explores the business's new higher education and training-focused  workforce development strategy, which has not only served as a recruitment and retention tool but has also led to outsized benefits for the investment, increased their competitiveness, and allowed the company to grow from 400 people to over 1,200 over a three-year period.

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Champlain College Wins Best Online College in Vermont

Business Wire; May 11, 2017

Vermont Business Magazine Recognizes Best of Business for 2017

Champlain College Online was honored with the 2017 Best of Business Award by Vermont Business Magazine (VBM) for its portfolio of online degree programs. VBM surveyed its magazine readership and digital subscribers, and after nearly 1,000 responses, they compiled the winners.  The awards program celebrates the best Vermont companies in more than 100 business-to-business categories and recognizes them for their expertise.

"Vermont Business Magazine is highly esteemed in the local business community and Champlain College Online is honored to be recognized as developing and providing the best online degree programs in the state," said Dr. Mika Nash, Academic Dean, Division of Continuing Professional Studies, Champlain College Online. "We take great pride and effort in delivering nationally ranked, fully online post-secondary undergraduate and graduate degrees to prepare adult professionals in highly competitive fields."

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Champlain College among top online MBA Programs in Human Resource Management

Vermont Business Magazine; March 24, 2017

The comprehensive guide to online MBA programs, Online MBA Today, has published a new ranking of the 50 best online MBA programs in Human Resource Management, and Champlain College is among them. An online MBA in human resource management can be a great asset to any prospective human resource professional; this ranking was designed to help prospective students find the best match to start their master's program and launch their future leadership careers. 

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The Talent Landscape is Changing. Are You?

Chief Learning Officer; February 22, 2017

The new generation of HR and learning leaders needs to be versed in a broad range of talent-related topics.

Two things are happening in parallel in today's workplace that are challenging human resources and learning professionals to reevaluate their approach. First, there aren't enough highly qualified people to go around these days. This month, McKinsey and Co. reported that nearly 40 percent of U.S. employers are struggling to find skilled workers. Second, the high-quality talent that is currently powering companies forward has no qualms about leaving if they don't feel like their needs are being met, said Mika Nash, academic dean for Champlain College Online's Continuing Professional Studies division.

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HR Struggles to Keep Up With New Workforce Development Demands; February 28, 2017

There are two overriding themes that are putting HR practitioners under more stress lately: increased shortages of qualified talent and the willingness of talent to jump ship for other opportunities if they don't feel their needs are being met. Nearly 40% of employers are struggling to find enough talent to fill vital jobs, based on a McKinsey and Co. report. 

Learning is a bigger incentive for employees who want to improve their skills and move up the corporate ladder, Chief Learning Officer reports. Mika Nash, academic dean at Champlain College Online's Continuing Professional Studies told CLO that it's "critical that corporate learning takes on this stance," adding that HR leaders are evolving into learning officers.

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15 Best Online Bachelor's in Software Engineering Degrees for 2017

College Choice; January 1, 2017

Champlain College Online was recently named as having the #7 Best Online Bachelor's in Software Engineering Degree Program by College Choice. A degree in software engineering is guaranteed to advance your career, with the employment of software engineers projected to increase by a huge 22% over the next few years. Online undergraduate programs in software engineering are an affordable, accessible, and flexible way to earn your degree in software engineering.  

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20 Best Online Bachelor's in Graphic Design Programs 2017

Best Degree Programs; December 2017

Champlain College Online ranked 20th on Best Degree Programs' list of the 20 Best Online Bachelor's in Graphic Design Programs 2017. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the job outlook for graphic designers remains steady and consistent over the next eight years, and suggests that graphic designers will face strong competition for available positions, meaning obtaining a graphic design degree is essential in securing employment and advancing current careers. 

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Champlain College Online Offers truED Pricing To Military Service Members

Business Wire; December 5, 2016

Military Friendly® School offers significant military discount to service members and their families

Champlain College today announced beginning January 2017 active duty service members, National Guard members and members from Reserve Components of the U.S. Armed Forces, and their spouses and eligible adult dependents now have access to its more than 50 nationally ranked, fully online post-secondary undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates at up to 70 percent off standard tuition through its truED® program.

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Got Skills Gaps? Partner Up

Chief Learning Officer; Oct. 31, 2016

When companies find that their employees lack critical skills, the right higher education partnerships can make all the difference when filling the gaps.

Adults are struggling to learn in today's fast-paced world, and leaders are having a tough time finding employees who already have both the technical and soft skills necessary to succeed in the workplace. But Mika Nash said learning leaders can find ways to elevate workforce knowledge. Nash, the Academic Dean of Champlain College Online in the Division of Continuing Professional Studies, spoke with Chief Learning Officer about how to address skills gaps and how to create an online curriculum that is highly relevant, career-focused and immediately applicable.

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Champlain College Combats Cyber Crime During National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Business Wire; Oct. 24, 2016

In recognition of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Champlain College Online is hosting a special webinar - "Something is Phishy: The War on Cyber Crime" - to address today's cyber threats and proven measures to protect users, businesses and government from malicious activity. During an era when cyber crime will cost the U.S. economy $2 trillion by 2019, Champlain's webinar will provide participants with tactical and strategic solutions to understand and thwart cyber crime across their organization.

"Cyber challenges continue to dominate public discourse and its severity has prompted the White House to appoint the first ever Chief Information Security Officer, a position specifically designed to address the complex nature of cybersecurity," said Ric Messier, Cybersecurity Program Director at Champlain College. "Since security is everyone's problem we need to do a better job at educating all users of the risks to themselves as well as the businesses they work in. Luckily there are simple and effective ways to improve skills and practices that lead to more secure operations enterprise wide."

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Higher Ed Bargains for Feds, In One Chart

Government Executive; Sept. 2, 2016

Interested in continuing your post-secondary education in a program that caters to full-time employees? Now is a good time for federal workers and their dependents to consider several available options that are more affordable and accessible than the traditional route.

The Office of Personnel Management now has partnerships with six schools across the country to offer feds, their spouses and legal dependents, access to a multitude of certification, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in various areas, including business, cybersecurity, criminal justice, digital forensics, health care administration and human resources management. Federal employees can pursue college degrees online or in person at up to 70 percent off regular tuition rates, depending on the institution and the program.

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Champlain College Modernizes the MBA: CCO Applies Systems and Design Thinking To New Online MBA

Business Wire; August 16, 2016

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) - long considered the higher education stamp of readiness for corporate success - has been struggling to fill that call, as many business leaders find that MBA programs fail to impart the skillsets required by modern day enterprises. But what distinguishes a modernized MBA that is equipped to prepare today's professional for tomorrow's quagmires and opportunities?

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Office of Personnel Management, Champlain College Deliver truED And Academic Excellence Government-Wide Through A Federal Alliance

Business Wire; April 27, 2016

Champlain College today celebrated the one-year anniversary of the alliance with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. The agreement provides Federal employees, spouses, and eligible adult dependents access to affordable online education in mission-critical and highly competitive fields. Leaders across government recognized this milestone during "Federal Workforce 2020: Turning Today's Experience into Tomorrow's Talent" by joining in support of the alliance, and shared plans to increase participation and enhance talent development efforts within the Federal workforce.

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OPM adds new cyber education program for feds and families

FCW: The Business of Federal Technology; January 22, 2016

The federal government is trying to shore up its cybersecurity workforce with a new program that offers discount training to current feds and their families. The Office of Personnel Management is teaming with Champlain College Online to create a new online Master of Science in Information Security Operations program, and the college’s truED alliance is offering a 50 percent discount for federal employees and their families.

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Champlain College Announces Online Master of Science in Information Security Operations

Business Wire; January 19, 2016

Champlain College, winner of SC Magazine’s Best Cybersecurity Higher Education Award, today introduced its new online Master of Science in Information Security Operations. It is the first advanced degree designed to elevate the practitioner’s strategic planning abilities in the prevention and response to cybersecurity incidents such as data loss and cybercrime, while increasing technical skills and industry acuity.

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Champlain College Marks truED Milestone with 60 Alliance Partners

Business Wire; November 9, 2015

Champlain College announces that truED® has signed alliances with more than 60 leading government and industry organizations who share a deep commitment to learning as a means to remain competitive, improve employee retention and enhance recruitment.

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Keeping OPM On Its Toes

Chief Learning Officer: Solutions For Enterprise Productivity; Oct. 8, 2015

Driving learning and development for a federal workforce of 2.1 million employees is no easy task, but innovation and online learning is helping the federal government's Office of Personnel Management's chief learning officer do just that.

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How OPM Hopes To Cultivate Cyber Talent 

FCW: The Business of Federal Technology; Sept. 15, 2015

Federal employees are becoming eligible for retirement in waves, and cybersecurity skills are in desperately short supply. Importing talent is one solution, but another is developing the skills of the people who already work for the government. This article explores how the federal government's Office of Personnel Management hopes to cultivate cyber talent among its employees.

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Cybersecurity: 6 Schools with the Right Stuff

FCW: The Business of Federal Technology; Sept. 3, 2015

For all the finger-pointing and blame-shifting that followed the massive hacks of the Office of Personnel Management, lawmakers and officials agree on this much: the federal government needs more cybersecurity professionals....

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An Adult Education Model That Works

Government Executive; July 7, 2015

Research conducted by The Harvard Business Review points to the extraordinary correlation between employee development and organizational performance. The data also reflects a connection...

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3 Institutions Offer Advice On Building Corporate Partnerships

Education Dive; June 30, 2015

Colleges and universities across the country are developing partnerships with companies seeking to provide continuing education to employees. The benefits of such arrangements run in both directions...

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Small College, Big Online Partners

Inside Higher ED; May 15, 2015

Champlain College is making a surprising play in the online adult learner market, slashing its private college tuition rates for corporate partners to compete for their employees' tuition assistance dollars. The college landed a big name partner in April...

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Champlain College Partners with Office of Personnel Management to Close Critical Skills Gap Across Government

ABC News 7 Washington, DC; May 11, 2015

This Summer, Champlain College will start offering federal employees and their families access to dozens of online education programs at up to 70-percent off standard tuition. The school just announced an alliance with the Office of Personnel Management.

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New Alliance Offers Educational Opportunities for Federal Workers

Association for Talent Development; May 8, 2015

In late April, Champlain College announced that it has formed an alliance with the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to bring its online programs to the federal government's more than 2 million employees.

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Federal Employees Are Enthusiastic About New Higher Ed Benefit

Government Executive; May 8, 2015

A new program that offers federal employees heavily-discounted tuition rates to pursue college degrees online is proving pretty popular only a few weeks after its launch.

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Office of Personnel Management's New Educational Alliance

Government Executive; April 24, 2015

We know from the Office of Personnel Management's research that federal employees are well-educated and many hold multiple college and university degrees. They love to learn and often don't consider their educations complete just because they work for the federal government.

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With Online Learning for Feds, OPM Sees Narrowed Skills Gap

Federal News Radio; April 21, 2015

Federal employees and their families can now add online college to the list of benefits offered by the government.

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New Alliance Will Enable Federal Employees To Earn Degrees At Deep Discount

Federal Soup; April 21, 2015

The Office of Personnel Management said it has entered into an agreement with an online education provider to give federal employees more affordable access to post-secondary education.

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New Program Will Give Feds a Break on the Cost of Higher Ed

Government Executive; April 20, 2015

Federal employees can pursue college degrees online starting this summer at up to 70 percent off regular tuition ratees through a new partnership between the Office of Personnel Management and Champlain College in Burlington, VT.

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Champlain College Offers Discounts to US Workers

Burlington Free Press; April 20, 2015

The federal government is working with Vermont's Champlain College to provide online educational and training opportunities to millions of federal civilian employees and their dependents at up to 70% of the regular cost.

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Champlain College Brings truED to Nation's Largest Employer to Narrow Skills Gap in Mission Critical Occupations

Business Wire, picked up by Yahoo Finance, LinkedIn, and more; April 20, 2015

Champlain College today announced that it has formed an alliance with the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to bring its online programs to the Federal government's more than two million employees. Through truED...

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Office of Personnel Management Unveils New Online Degree Program for Feds

FCW: Business of Technology; April 20, 2015

The Office of Personnel Management announced on April 20 that it has partnered with Champlain College to create the truED alliance, which provides civilian federal employees and their dependents with affordable...

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OPM and Vermont College Offer Tech Courses to Feds

Fed Scoop; April 20, 2015

High-tech careers aren't just for millennials. And now, upgrading your tech education has gotten a little easier and more affordable for federal employees and their families.

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Agreement Between Office of Personnel Management and Champlain College Expands Affordable Learning Opportunities for Federal Employees and Their Families

Office of Personnel Management press release; April 20, 2015

The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and Champlain College have entered into an agreement enabling Federal employees, their spouses and qualifying adult family members to pursue affordable, online post-secondary education....

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How Colleges Can Help Workers Keep Learning; April 4, 2015

In every industry, there is a moment when the tipping point is reached and innovation changes everything. In higher education, innovation has not just altered the model, it has changed it forever.

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