According to the 2016 Inflection Point Report, Pittsburgh is in for another big change in an ever-shifting workforce.
Carlow University has established the Carlow Hub for Workforce Development and Innovation that will explore new academic programs, partnerships, and alternative pathways to provide the Greater Pittsburgh region with skilled workers ready to take on the jobs of the future.
Carlow University prepares students to be career-ready ethical leaders. Carlow’s partnerships with regional employers and community agencies build talent and skills that address workforce changing needs.
Pursue a graduate certificate and gain valuable expertise in high-demand areas like Project Management, Human Resources, Fraud and Forensics, Healthcare Management, Alcohol & Drug Counseling, Trauma Counseling, and Online Instructional Design & Technology.
Upskill your way, one course at a time through Carlow’s credit and noncredit opportunities. Courses in areas like accounting, project management, and technology are available in online, face-to-face, and hybrid formats.
Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, appeared on Jon Delano's Sunday Business Page on KDKA to discuss the Hub and the Richard King Mellon Foundation grant that made it possible: