Your Current Workforce is a Valuable Resource of New Leadership
Extensive research shows that employee engagement
is strongly connected to outcomes essential to an
organization’s success—such as nursing excellence,
innovation, and patient satisfaction.1 How can your organization engage and empower
employees to help them develop and grow?
Empower Your Workforce
Research shows that only one in three employees in the U.S. is engaged at work.* Are you doing all you can to empower your workforce?
Making Education Accessible
Your employees may receive:
Tuition Reductions: Reduced tuition means lower out-of-pocket costs for your employees, making earning a degree more affordable.
Grants and Scholarships: Program-specific grants or scholarships may be available and can motivate your employees to develop the skills you value most.
Made for Working Professionals
Every student has a different learning style, and every employee has varying commitments. We’ve designed our programs with your employees’ schedules in mind.
Your employees may choose:
Course-Based Degree Programs
Competency-Based Degree Programs
Custom Learning Opportunities: Identify the core competencies your organization needs, and Walden will design a custom learning solution to help your employees fill critical skills gaps.
Make Education Engaging
We have custom learning opportunities designed to support your organization’s goals and provide your employees with continued education.
Your employees may participate in:
Events: Walden hosts professional development events, including talks by industry experts and service projects designed to support your internal initiatives.
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Site Visits: Through lunch and learns, coffee break sessions, and more, your employees can learn about degree offerings and exclusive tuition savings without disrupting their schedules.
Make Education Matter
When you partner with Walden University, your employees may make an impact through:
Global Community of Scholars: Your employees can leverage Walden’s research, expertise, and global network to serve their community.
Community-Building: Walden brings its social change mission to life by hosting events and seminars that will help increase your organization’s community impact.
Social Awareness: With a curricular focus on being a force for good, our degree and certificate programs enable teams to gain knowledge to better serve their communities.
Walden University partners with leading organizations to support employee retention and development.
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The Power of a Partnership With Walden
With my Walden education, I was able to become a better educator at my university.
I work for the federal government, so having a degree in public policy and administration has been instrumental in helping me in my current position.
I enjoyed making connections with other students at the residency and carrying those connections throughout my journey to prevent the loneliness that can sometimes occur when taking online classes.
The assignments I completed for my courses were directly tied to the work I was doing on a daily basis.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has selected Walden University as the Premier ANCC Accredited Provider Unit for nursing continuing professional development.
of employees surveyed say they would stay at a company
longer if it invested in their career development.3
More than 97% of our Walden graduates’ employers who responded to
our survey indicated that they would hire another
2The presenters and planners of these sessions disclose no financial interests nor receive any in-kind materials or funding that could influence the planning or presentation of this material. Walden University is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.