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There is a gap in America between the skills job seekers have and the skills employers need. The result is 3.7 million jobs. That’s why we’re partnering with thousands of companies to deliver the cutting-edge curricula and tools you’ll need in today’s job market.
Learn about some of the ways we’re creating an education that prepares you with the skills and knowledge you need to step up and help this country get back to work.
The Phoenix experience
Learn how students take classes, interact with instructors and work with advisors who help them reach their academic and career goals.
Helping fill America’s jobs
Find out how we put our students on the path toward a brighter future through adaptive learning, the alumni network and partner companies that want to hire our grads.
VO: If you’re looking to go to school online, you deserve more than just flexibility and convenience. So here’s a few reasons to choose University of Phoenix.
VO: Our average class size is only 14 students.
Our financial tools help you make smart choices about how to pay for school.
Our faculty have, on average, over 16 years of field experience.
We’ll help you build a personal career plan.
We build programs based on what employers are looking for.
Our football team is always undefeated.
And leading companies are interested in our graduates.
VO: We’ll even help you decorate your new office.
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“How does it work?”
VO: Finding time to earn a degree is hard with a busy schedule.
But University of Phoenix degree programs, while challenging, are designed with the flexibility to help you succeed. Divide study time any way it’s convenient, so school can fit into your everyday reality.
Attend online — or in the classroom — with online support.
Depending on your degree program, classes are generally five to nine weeks long. They start often, and you can study anytime, anywhere.
Contribute thoughtful responses to questions from your instructor three to five times a week.
Work with your Learning Team online, for different perspectives.
Complete your own assignments too, with online help like an e-library designed specifically for our students, and the PhoenixConnectTM academic-social network.
You can also practice what you learn: Create a virtual company. Test new ideas. Or navigate scenarios to sharpen new skills.
With flexible study hours and your hard work, we’ll help prepare you for new career opportunities.
Because from the beginning, University of Phoenix has designed degree programs that fit into the lives of busy students.
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"Helping fill America’s jobs"
Arra Yerganian: University of Phoenix is really a unique school. It’s the school for the working adult. It’s the school for the mom, the dad, the stay at home parent, the individual who is balancing life and family and all the challenges of a real world experience. In September, we began speaking with America about the skills gap, the need for a more educated America prepared to take advantage of the unfilled jobs out there. In Phase 2 of the campaign, we dive deeper into the tools that we provide students and how those tools can help our students be more prepared and more connected as they make their way through the workforce.
John Schneider: At the University of Phoenix, we’re using technology to deeply understand the learner. The adaptive learning team offers a number of tools to help them get through their courses. These tools are important to students because they help the student understand what they do know and what they don’t know, and they point them in the right direction.
Nikki Sandoval: I don’t think a day goes by where I don’t hear from a Phoenix by email or phone, where they want to connect with a fellow Phoenix through the Phoenix career services portal. So, we’re always creating opportunities for our alumni and our graduates to be able to connect with that Phoenix community. Every single graduate of University of Phoenix is automatically a member of the alumni association. So whether it’s one day after graduation or twenty years after graduation, we’re here to serve them.
Russell Esquivel: What’s different about our concept, our version of connecting education to careers, is that we’re having direct relationships with employers. We’re providing very credible career path, very credible options from day one when the student begins with the University of Phoenix. . Another benefit that we offer to our students and alumni is that we currently have hundreds of companies that are posting jobs with the University of Phoenix specifically for attracting our student and alumni talent. With our national footprint, we’re uniquely poised to be able to get America back to work.
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