Our Approach is Simple – We Train Students for Career Success
Our philosophy is that academic programs must have clear ties to employment outcomes to be a win-win for students and employers. Our academic programs reflect job-market trends and seek to meet areas of workforce need. Each of our programs is guided by a volunteer advisory board comprised of industry leaders. If our students fail to find employment in their chosen fields, we review our programs and see if changes are needed, in some cases eliminating those programs.
We Are Connecticut’s Only Career-Focused, Nonprofit, Independent College
Unlike many for-profit and online-only educational options, Goodwin College offers students degree programs that have been subjected to stringent accreditation and industry review. Goodwin College is accredited by the New England Association of School and Colleges, which means that all of our programs are peer-reviewed and held to high standards for academic excellence and student success. Several of our degree programs – including Medical Assisting, Nursing, Child Study, and Histology – are additionally accredited by leading academic and industry groups.
What We Do For You
We connect you with our students through job boards, networking events, and on-campus workshops – making it easy to get to know us, and our students!
College Central Network (CCN) is a 24/7 career management tool that links employers with our students and Career Services team. CCN provides multiples services and tools that ensure your company finds the best talent for your job openings
For a list of degree and certificate programs, please click here.
To inquire further regarding opportunities for partnership or to submit employment information, please contact:
Employer Relations Coordinator
Of Goodwin Graduates Secure Jobs In Their Fields Or Continue Their Education
Student Pass Rates on NCLEX Exams
Of Goodwin College Histotechnician Graduates Have Passed The National ASCP Board of Registry Exam
Of Alumni Say They Would Recommend Goodwin College To Friends
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