Problem that TechVisor addresses:

The curriculum at liberal arts colleges focuses on broad education with little to no emphasis on practical skills development, or workforce readiness and preparation. Traditional liberal arts education and technical skills training can co-exist. James Paterson, in Education Dive (2018, May), cites a report by the American Enterprise Institute and Burning Glass that notes, “liberal arts programs should allow students to build “in demand skills through strategic curriculum development [and] when students add practical or technical skills to their liberal arts education, they will be better positioned for the workforce. Skills (e.g. digital design) added to the right major, can lead to a good job with a good future.” The lack of complementary technical skills preparation is a gap in the liberal arts tradition of education.