IS YOUR COUNTY TALENT STRONG? USE FCAN’S MAP TO FIND OUT
For Florida to build a strong, recession-proof economy, all Floridians need education and training after high school and opportunities for lifelong learning.
Florida College Access Network (FCAN) has created degree attainment profiles to serve as a convenient way for stakeholders to gain a clearer sense of where their community stands in efforts to meet tomorrow’s workforce needs through increased postsecondary opportunities.
With profiles for each of Florida’s 67 counties, this resource features five-year degree attainment trends, average wages by education/training level, and a summary of state and county-level attainment data.
You can view the overall degree attainment profile for Florida here. Click the map below to view county-by-county profiles:
State and County Degree Attainment Profiles
DEGREE ATTAINMENT PROFILES FOR LOCAL COLLEGE ACCESS NETWORKS
Community collaboration is one of seven conditions to build a resilient economy. Representing 82% of the state’s population, Local College Access Networks (LCANs) are regional coalitions made up of community leaders who come together to create solutions and partnerships to support local talent development. FCAN has also developed degree attainment profiles for each of the state’s 17 LCANs.
You can view the profiles for each LCAN through these links:
ASPIRE Capital Region (serves Gadsden, Leon, and Wakulla counties)
Earn Up (serves Duval, Flagler, St. Johns, Nassau, Baker, Putnam, and Clay counties)
FutureMakers Coalition (serves Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Glades, and Hendry counties)
LEAP Tampa Bay College Access Network (serves Hillsborough and Pinellas counties)
UpliftED (serves Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties)