NACE’s career services members recently offered ideas for making classroom presentations upbeat and interesting for students. See their suggestions.
Should students put their addresses on resumes? An employer on the NACE Community said that students should not include addresses on resumes. Here’s why.
Kansas State had an external review of its career services done to inform long-term strategic planning and immediate operational transitioning to a new facility.
St. Cloud State University’s career center recently launched a program in which recruiters conduct one-on-one LinkedIn profile reviews with students and alumni.
Your career center can strengthen its relationships with employers by providing support in areas they deem important to their recruiting success.
Georgia College’s Career Planning Milestones Program tracks student progress through career-related activities that are beneficial to all students.
The DePaul University Career Center launched a job shadow program in 2014 to provide its students with a glimpse into the professional world and give employers an additional way to connect with students.
Providing feedback to emerging professionals is essential, but can also be a challenging task for mentors. However, Gary Alan Miller of Hofstra University says the mentee is likely to not only need the input, but to welcome it.
The winning team in the STEAM category of the NACE 60th Anniversary Innovation Challenge conceptualized a web-based tool that would help match students and employers as a lead-in to career fairs or on-campus interviews.
Career services professionals can help students understand that the content they pin on Pinterest should reflect their interests, goals, and brand.
The career center at Ball State University has developed an early intervention program that measures students’ career clarity during freshman orientation and takes subsequent steps to help those in need of assistance find a major and choose a career.
Many students might think Facebook and professional networking cannot be mixed, but it’s hard to deny there is great possibility to make connections on this network. Here’s how career services professionals can help students use Facebook to network professionally.
Leveraging the liberal arts degree was one of the challenges in the NACE 60th Anniversary Innovation Challenge at NACE 16. The winning team addressed it by visualizing a tool that would help liberal arts students to articulate the skills they gained and employers that hire these graduates to communicate the skills they seek.
When done strategically, blogging can offer students a unique way to network and connect with others. How can career services practitioners help students grow their blog presence?
How can career services practitioners help students use Twitter chats to get information about careers and the job market? First, they must understand the basics about these virtual conversations.
With the LinkedIn “Alumni” tool, students can search information about and make connecting with alumni from colleges and universities around the world.
Through its Career Checkpoint program, the career center at Ryerson University is using on-campus jobs to enhance students’ career readiness and better prepare them for the professional work force.
Recognizing the importance of networking and the interest and desire among the current cohort of students to carry out public service, Hofstra University’s Career Center launched the Hofstra Service Networking Program.
Jake Livengood, assistant director of graduate student career services at MIT Global Education & Career Development, leads a highly interactive and impactful improv comedy workshop that helps students confidently handle the unexpected that may come up during job search or graduate school interviews.
During this time when resources were depleted, programs were redundant, and offices were being forced to do more with less, it was necessary to take the relationship between the divisions of advancement and student affairs to a new level and start working as a team.
In the second of two-part series of articles on accountability and assessment in career services, Sam Ratcliffe offers insight into how to address key stakeholder questions on the quality of career services’ programs and services, and the related impact on student learning.
In the first of a two-part look at how career services offices can demonstrate their value, Sam Ratcliffe looks at accountability from institutional and career services' viewpoints.
Career services professionals know that collaborating with campus partners can be crucial to reaching students. But how can career services convince faculty and administrators that partnering with career staff will also increase students’ engagement with their courses?
St. John Fisher College’s career center provides services and resources to support students in their career development process by collaborating with faculty to promote career decision making and planning.
Organizations embark on strategic planning for different reasons. Today, many develop or modify a strategic plan to address changing external and internal forces, including cutbacks in budget and personnel, demographic changes, competition, legal issues, technology, and loss of revenue.
A collection of syllabi for career development and career exploration classes.
Career Counselor's Guides to Social Media in the Job Search will help students learn about social media as a job-search resource and career services professionals show students how to maximize their opportunities online.
Identify faculty partners willing to work collaboratively with the career services office in a partnership to promote student success, including reaching their personal, academic, and professional goals.
Median number of career center staff
Median number of students to professional staff
Percent of career centers that provide internship assistance
# of organizations participating in career fairs (median)
Median operating budget for career center
2016-17 Career Services Benchmark Survey