Spotlight for Career Services ProfessionalsApril 17, 2013
The efforts of your career center can be bolstered by working with faculty members who understand and appreciate that both parties want to help students reach their personal, academic, and professional goals. Better advising will result from sharing knowledge and information between two areas that traditionally do not have the need to partner closely, says Renée Glass-Starek, director of CareerWorks at Seton Hill University.
Here, Glass-Starek provides some tips to help career services form strong partnerships with faculty:
For more on developing faculty partnerships, see Renée Glass-Starek’s article “Bridge the Gap Between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs: The A to Z of Partnering With Faculty,” which will appear in the May 2013 issue ofNACE Journal.
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