Practice Makes Perfect: The Advance Program’s Work with Internships

In a competitive job market, a degree alone might not be a sufficient qualification for a job. As employers demand increasingly more qualified job candidates, students must look for new ways to differentiate themselves beyond simply their academic experiences. Internships...

Labor market assessments pinpoint employment and technical education needs in Latin America and the Caribbean

Across Latin America and the Caribbean, countries are facing a workforce skills crisis. The World Bank reports that more than 20 million youth in Latin America and the Caribbean ages 15 to 24 are neither working nor in school, and...