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?

We have a proven track record in collaborating with organizations around the world, including businesses, health systems, school districts, and more. Walden can support your talent development strategies through:

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Making Education Accessible

By partnering with Walden University, you can receive exclusive benefits to help attract and retain talent by removing financial barriers to education your employees may face.

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.

Our Partners

Walden University partners with leading organizations to support employee retention and development.
Walden Social Community

See What Walden Can Do for Your Organization

Walden University will partner with your organization to engage and empower the employees you rely on every day. Let’s work together to develop and grow stronger teams. Speak with a learning consultant to see how we can support your talent development initiatives.

The Power of a Partnership With Walden

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Albert Cruz

PhD in Applied Management and Decision Sciences Graduate
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.
Rachel Ivory Master of Public Administration (MPA) Graduate, PhD in Public Policy and Administration Graduate
Photo of Walden graduate, Rachel Ivory.
Deirdre Moyer PhD in Public Health Student
Photo of Walden graduate Deirdre Moyer.
Melissa Perkins Bellanceau MS in Nonprofit Management and Leadership Graduate and PhD in Public Policy and Administration Student
Photo of Walden graduate, Melissa Perkins Bellanceau.
ANCC Premier Award Accredited Provider 2019The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has selected Walden University as the Premier ANCC Accredited Provider Unit for continuing nursing education.

Fast Facts

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of employees surveyed say they would stay at a company
longer if it invested in their career development.3
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More than 97% of our Walden graduates’ employers who responded to our survey indicated that they would hire another Walden graduate.4

Success at Walden

Meet a Graduate: Calvin Cupidore

Calvin Cupidore
Publications and Journals How an unconventional path opened new doors for Dr. Calvin Cupidore

Meet a Graduate: Dr. John DeGarmo

John De Garmo
Giving boys in foster care another chance

Meet a Graduate: Brittany Winestock

Brittany Winestock
From RN to FNP and Entrepreneur

1www.gallup.com/file/services/176708/State_of_the_American_Workplace

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 continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.

3https://learning.linkedin.com/content/dam/me/learning/en-us/pdfs/linkedin-learning-workplace-learning-report-2018.pdf

4www.WaldenU.edu/survey_methodology; % calculated on total number of respondents to our 2015 survey.