Higher Education Software Company, Career Conext, On-Boards Charter College

October 10, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
San Diego— Today, cloud-based software company, Career Conext, on-boards Charter College as the latest school to utilize the platform. Charter College is the latest school to utilize the platform behind Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School (ACI), Central Coast College (CCC), High Desert Medical College (HDMC), Make-Up Designory (MUD), and many other colleges.

Career Conext is software built for the career and community college space, offering software that enhances Student Services, Career Services, and Registrar. Conext is broken into three offerings: Perform, Bridge, and Employ.

Conext Perform takes the data from college's Student Information Systems (SIS) to produce visual reporting, identify opportunities, and spotlight problem areas.

Conext Bridge enables Career Services teams to create job alerts for graduates with one click from 2.5 million jobs imported every day, getting students the jobs they need by email and text automatically.

Conext Employ provides a cloud-based job posting services for employers, extern sites, and other organizations that are interested in hiring students.

Spanning across 5 states and 14 campuses, Charter College offers a wide variety of training programs. Charter College has adopted Career Conext as its latest platform to manage extern timesheets and increase communication with leads, students, and graduates.

About Career Conext:
Started in 2018 by Mingle LLC's CEO, Mike O'Brien, Career Conext is a platform built for the career and community college space. Our platform is designed to manage the workflows of your college's Career Services, Student Services, and Registrar. We work by plugging into your college's SIS and CRM platforms and converting that information into actionable business intelligence.

From creating AI Chatbots to managing intern/extern timesheets, Career Conext is built to automate many tedious, low-value, error-prone tasks.

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