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Grooming a Made-to-Order Workforce

Class is now in session.

What CEO doesn’t fantasize about creating a talent pipeline tailored to his or her specific needs? That scenario is now possible—at least on a small scale—with MissionU, a San Francisco–based startup taking a new approach to bridging the gap between, on one side, education and skills training and, on the other, companies.

Hatched in 2016, the unaccredited, for-profit school targets two groups:

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