Painting the picture of graduate employment: detailing the
process of collecting, maintaining, and in house report
creatio...
Who am I?
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Learning Outcomes
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How do YOU define placement?
About Harrison’s Grad Data Collection
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ACICS: Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
When do we submit reports?
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Moving to a New System
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Define Placement
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Creating Forms
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Data Collection: Survey
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Considering Possible Issues
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Data
Warehouse
Where do we
house our data?
CSO: Career center
automation solutions
system designed to hold
Employer activi...
What does the report look like?
Our report is emailed automatically on a set schedule to anyone in the
organization who wa...
New Objective lead reporting
New criteria changed how we report placement for 2014. Instead of In Field,
Related Field and...
Report Cont.
Also on the first
sheet of the
excel, we can
see a
breakdown of
how each
campus is
contributing to
the overal...
Report Cont.
Additional sheets on the excel can
breakdown by term. In this case,
quarterly figures.
Report Cont.
We also have a raw
data sheet detailing
each graduate’s
situation, including
their employment
and program.
Report Cont.
Finally, we decided to include a sheet to show how each program is doing and
average salary data for those pr...
What can we do with the data?
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What can we do with the data? Cont.
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Internal buy in
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Questions?
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Painting the Picture of Graduate Employment: Detailing the Process of Collecting, Maintaining and In-House Report Creation

  1. 1. Painting the picture of graduate employment: detailing the process of collecting, maintaining, and in house report creation. Ashley Botchis Assistant Director of Career Services: Data Analyst
  2. 2. Who am I? •
  3. 3. Learning Outcomes • • • • •
  4. 4. How do YOU define placement?
  5. 5. About Harrison’s Grad Data Collection • ACICS: Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
  6. 6. When do we submit reports? • • – • • –
  7. 7. Moving to a New System • – • • •
  8. 8. Define Placement • – – • – • –
  9. 9. Creating Forms – – – – • –
  10. 10. Data Collection: Survey • •
  11. 11. Considering Possible Issues • – • • – • –
  12. 12. Data Warehouse Where do we house our data? CSO: Career center automation solutions system designed to hold Employer activity modified to hold placement data.
  13. 13. What does the report look like? Our report is emailed automatically on a set schedule to anyone in the organization who wants access. Its delivered as an excel file with multiple sheets.
  14. 14. New Objective lead reporting New criteria changed how we report placement for 2014. Instead of In Field, Related Field and Out of Field, it has moved to Placed and Employed, Not Placed.
  15. 15. Report Cont. Also on the first sheet of the excel, we can see a breakdown of how each campus is contributing to the overall number.
  16. 16. Report Cont. Additional sheets on the excel can breakdown by term. In this case, quarterly figures.
  17. 17. Report Cont. We also have a raw data sheet detailing each graduate’s situation, including their employment and program.
  18. 18. Report Cont. Finally, we decided to include a sheet to show how each program is doing and average salary data for those programs. This is becoming increasingly important with gainful employment guidelines.
  19. 19. What can we do with the data? • • • •
  20. 20. What can we do with the data? Cont. – – – – –
  21. 21. Internal buy in • • – – – – – –
  22. 22. Questions?
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