Workforce Partnerships

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Unlocking Talent and Opportunity

Fewer than 40% of Americans have college degrees, but 65% of all jobs will require some education beyond high school by the year 2020.* If you’re an employer struggling with the complexity of work in today’s fast-changing global economy, the answer isn’t a traditional university or internal training program. Instead, look to SNHU’s Workforce Partnerships team for innovative solutions that unlock the talent of your frontline employees – while freeing up new opportunities with one-stop partnership, actionable insights and measured impact.

*Committee for Economic Development, “The role of business in promoting educational attainment”; Georgetown Public Policy Institute, “Job growth and education requirements through 2020” (both viewed online August 8, 2019).

Frontline Learning, Bottom Line Impact

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Work-Relevant Skills

Our 200-plus programs teach real world skillsets to working adults, designed in collaboration with employers to address and close skills gaps, boost productivity and improve customer experience.

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Retention & Engagement

SNHU’s affordable, accredited degree options are a valued employee benefit, enhanced by strategic retention and engagement support for reduced turnover and a high-performance culture.

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Talent Development

As your workforce needs evolve, we offer solutions at every stage of the employee lifecycle to ensure a well-stocked internal pipeline that can fill new openings cost-effectively.

Transforming Lives and Organizations

What SNHU Partners Say

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It’s satisfying to know that our education investments are paying off by helping improve employee lives and the quality of our customer service.”
Aimee Skinner Director of Learning & Development
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Our Community Social Responsibility effort naturally aligns to the vision of what SNHU does.
Christine Kallis Rivera Principal, Career Development

How Learning Becomes Leadership


You’re in Good Company as an SNHU Partner