KnowledgeToWork.com now serves employers and job seekers too

Knowledge To Work Logo Whether you are just getting started down a career pathway, looking to change careers, or looking to advance in the field you're already working in, we have tools to help you that you won’t find anywhere else. The portal KnowledgeToWork.com now provides: (1) information on a variety of career pathways; (2) competency frameworks that document the knowledge, skills, and abilities you will need to have in order to be successful in that career pathway; and (3) free and low-cost learning resources to help you learn and put those competencies to work.
  • For learners, we offer personalized learning plans to help you keep track of your progress.
  • For job seekers, we provide job search tools to help you locate potential employers near you.
  • For employers, we help you use competency frameworks to manage the talent pipeline and to connect with job candidates that have the knowledge and skills you're looking for.
KnowledgeToWork.com currently focuses on three pathways: (1) healthcare, including a special focus on health information management; (2) information technology, including administrative support technology and dynamic fields such as cybersecurity; and (3) manufacturing, including the need for skills in supervision.

Resources related to employability (soft skills) and job searching are provided. However, the KnowledgeToWork.com search engine includes learning resources on a variety of topics. Sign up for your free account to get started today!

A Bold Vision For The Future

On October 1, 2014, LFCC was awarded a $3.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor under round four of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program. A portion of this grant is dedicated to the creation of HigherEd.org. HigherEd.org provides in-depth information about competency-based education, including an index of CBE-related materials.

Other grant resources are allocated to Knowledge to Work, which provides users with tools to advance in their careers, including information on a variety of career pathways, competency frameworks, and free and low-cost learning resources tied to competencies. KnowledgeToWork.com helps learners obtain the skills they need, job seekers locate fulfilling careers, and employers connect with job candidates that have the skills they need.

HigherEd.org has recently undergone several changes. In order to best serve our users, we've relocated many of HigherEd.org's features to our Knowledge to Work site. In addition to serving learners, KnowledgeToWork.com now has many improvements to serve job seekers and employers as well.
Already have a HigherEd.org account? Click here to learn about our move to KnowledgeToWork.com.