Successful companies are continuously seeking ways to enhance their intellectual capital. As companies in Georgia face changing workforce demands, the state of Georgia will continue to create innovative solutions to ensure economic prosperity for you and your employees. Georgia’s Intellectual Capital Partnership Program (ICAPP) is the University System of Georgia’s economic development program.

Created in 1995, ICAPP connects the intellectual resources of Georgia’s 34 public college and universities to the state’s business community in innovative ways. The ICAPP staff and a team of economic development leaders from each campus help Georgia businesses tap into the University System of Georgia for College-educated employees, access to the latest research, and access to business and operations advice.

With 233,000 students enrolled in degree programs, 400,000 students enrolled in continuing education courses and 35,000 faculty and staff leading the charge, Georgia is uniquely positioned to provide unparalleled higher-education support to businesses looking for dynamic talent. Men and women who are interested in becoming ICAPP students are encouraged to contact their school of choice to learn more about the program, enrollment requirements and the costs involved.

Sources and Related Sites:

Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG)
Technical College System of Georgia
Georgia Department of Labor

More Info: http://www.icapp.org