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Thursday, July 18, 2019
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We are pleased to announce that Knowledge to Work has recently received several more updates. We now offer a number of features for service organizations, including community colleges, universities, private colleges, professional organizations, workforce organizations, staffing agencies, trade or vocational schools, WIOA organizations, credentialing organizations, and other types of organizations that provide some type of services to learners and/or job seekers. So whether your organization or institution offers student services or job seeker services, you’ll want to read more below to learn about these new features and how you can increase your outreach!

Service Organization Profiles on Knowledge to Work

A Service Organization Profile is where learners and job seekers can learn about your institution or organization and the services you offer or the credentials you award. Your profile can include a description of your organization or institution, its location(s) and other contact information, a list of the services provided, and a list of any credentials awarded. This information helps learners and job seekers find your organization or institution through our services search engine and communicates to them whether or not your organization or institution offers any services or awards that could be useful to them.

Benefits of Signing Up for your Free Service Organization Account

The benefits of signing up for an account on KnowledgeToWork.com and creating a service organization profile for your institution or organization are numerous. Here are just a few that may apply to you:

  • Learners can locate you, learn about the types of credentials you award, view the resources you have available and have a connection point with you to enroll themselves in your programs
  • Job seekers can locate you, learn more about the services your organization offers, and connect with you to receive the assistance they need through the job searching process
  • Receive activity reports on how many users view your landing page
  • Plus much more for free!

Creating a service organization profile for your institution or organization is another way for you to spread the word about the services you offer learners and job seekers. We facilitate that connection for free to all because we want the learners and job seekers who use our site to be as successful as they can be. So if you’re interested in improving student recruitment efforts at your educational institution or increasing your service organization’s community outreach, read how you can sign up and get started attracting new students and job seekers to grow your impact below.

Get Started Today

Now that you’re aware of what service organization profiles on KnowledgeToWork.com are and how they benefit your organization or institution and the learners and job seekers you serve, the next step is to sign up for your free account.

Some institutions and organizations have already been preloaded on Knowledge to Work. To see if your institution or organization is preloaded, search our database of service organizations. If you see that it is already listed, click “Claim Listing” next to the listing to claim your account. If your organization or institution is not listed, sign up for your free account.

 

Claim Your Free Service Organization Account

Sign Up for Your Free Service Organization Account

We are pleased to announce that Knowledge to Work has recently received several more updates! We now offer a number of features for service organizations that can help them increase community outreach and grow their impact.


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