Businesses get in on preparing college graduates for the business world

Chronicle of Higher Education
Feb 20, 2014

Young people seeking an edge who have the financial wherewithal increasingly are turning to career "boot camp" companies like General Assembly, FullBridge, and others, paying as much as $11,500 for short courses in computer coding, business basics, or immersion classes on "soft skills" of the workplace. The Owen Graduate School of Management's Accelerator program is highlighted.

 

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