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Employer Survey

Thank you for employing AACC graduates.  Anne Arundel Community College is a premier learning community. Our students and graduates are among the best-prepared citizens and workers of the world.

AACC is interested in accessing some follow-up information with regard to any positions our students or graduates acquired with your company or organization.  This information will help to access not only how our students and graduates are doing, but how we're doing, as well.  We appreciate your time and effort.

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  1. How well-prepared for this position is the AACC student or graduate?*
  2. How would you rate the student or graduate's verbal skills? *
    Excellent
    Very Good
    Good
    Average
    Below Average
  3. How would you rate the student or graduate's written skills? *
    Excellent
    Very Good
    Good
    Average
    Below Average
  4. How would you rate the student or graduate's math skills? *
    Excellent
    Very Good
    Good
    Average
    Below Average
  5. Does the student or graduate demonstrate AACC's eight core
    competencies
    ?
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  6. What program, if known, is the student enrolled in or what program was the graduate enrolled in? *
  7. Tell us about you. For example, what's the name of your organization? Can we contact you via e-mail or phone?,etc.

Student Learning and Success: The Eight Competencies
As part of student learning outcomes assessment process the college envisions that its degree graduates will be competent in:

  1. Communication. Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in verbal, nonverbal and written forms. Includes the ability to use appropriate technology that supports or facilitates communication.
  2. Scientific, Mathematical & Technological. Demonstrate ability to collect, organize, compute and interpret quantitative and qualitative data and/or information. Demonstrate the ability to apply mathematics, science and technology to make decisions.
  3. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving. Demonstrate ability to think critically and to solve problems using basic research, analysis and interpretation.
  4. Information Literacy and Research. Demonstrate ability to identify, locate and use informational tools for research purposes.
  5. Social and Civic Responsibility. Demonstrate ethical and cultural awareness, an understanding of cultural diversity and effective and appropriate modes of social interaction.
  6. Holistic Nature of Human Knowledge. Demonstrate knowledge of the relationship(s) among the arts, sciences and technology.
  7. Global Perspective. Demonstrate understanding of the value of a global perspective on society with respect to past, present and future events.
  8. Self-Management and Wellness. Demonstrate knowledge of health maintenance and wellness.