President Pantic sat down with the Globe this week to tell them what sets Wentworth apart from the many other colleges in Boston. The differentiator? ‘Focusing squarely on practical experience in classroom and real-world environments’, which sticks true to the mission founder, Arioch Wentworth, founded the school on in 1904.
The same holds true for the College of Professional and Continuing Education. Although the majority of our students already hold jobs, our goal is to give you the skills that will help you to advance in that job. We employ faculty that are active in the fields they teach, so that they can expand beyond practical theory and bring real world situations into the classroom.
A shortage in skilled workers around the world has drawn attention to the lack of student pursuing an education in the STEM fields. ‘At current rates, the president’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology predicts the US economy in 2022 will suffer from a shortage of 1 million college graduates with degrees in STEM fields.’
Now is the optimal time to pursue your degree and gain the skills so many companies are looking for. To read the full article on The Boston Globe, visit http://bit.ly/1wjRWZx.