Two months ago, we introduced you to Tallo’s First-Generation student population; students whose parents do not possess a college degree. When we first began delving into the data on our first-gen students, we were floored by what we found. It turns out that they are some of the most highly-engaged users on our platform; they display higher levels of profile completion and digital badge ownership. That fact has inspired us to strengthen our commitment to these oft-forgotten students. We hope that excites and inspires you as well.
But who exactly are these students? Well, there’s nearly 30,000 of them on Tallo, which means they comprise about 10% of our total student user population. They hail from across the U.S., from coast to coast. They span a diverse range of ethnic, geographic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. They are a big part of America’s future workforce, and they’re ready to make their impact in a multitude of career fields.
Do they have what it takes? Absolutely. 2,000 of them are National Honor Society members. Thousands more are engaged with HOSA – Future Health Professionals, Project Lead The Way, and other organizations.
Here’s a few more stats on our first-gen population:
- South Carolina
Top Career Interests
- Registered Nurses
- Mechanical Engineers
- Biological Scientists
- Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides
- Computer Programmers
- Aerospace Engineers
- Biomedical Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
Top College Interests
- Clemson University
- University of South Carolina
- Stanford University
- Coastal Carolina University
Highest Organizational Engagement
- National Honor Society
- HOSA – Future Health Professionals
- Project Lead The Way
- Future Business Leaders of America
- National Technical Honor Society
Does your college, company, or organization want to learn more about and connect with this special group of upcoming talent? Join us today.