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services professionals urge students to include a professional picture with
their LinkedIn profile, but what about on their resumes?
branding and marketing, spotlight
develop, implement, and manage an effective diversity and inclusion program,
you must be uncomfortable and practice empathetic listening.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, operations, diversity and inclusion, spotlight
career center can attract and hold students’ attention by providing valuable
information, and mixing in fun articles and eye-catching images.
career services professionals encourage students to dress professionally when
meeting recruiters, is it odd that employers aren’t always doing the same?
branding and marketing, recruiting, spotlight
Morial of the National Urban League details several foundational steps
organizations can take to give their diversity efforts a better opportunity to
Formal URR at Equifax began a little more than three years ago. As it grows, the URR function taps into the energy of its employees for assistance.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, school selection, recruiting, spotlight, strategic planning
Launching an online dashboard for career outcomes allowed Oakland University Career Services to be more creative with its first-destination survey report.
graduate outcomes, best practices, branding and marketing, operations, surveys, spotlight
Holding custom programming that offers valuable job-market information and skill development is a great way to attract fine arts majors to the career center.
Baxter Healthcare’s Intern Project Expo allows interns to articulate their experiences, and gives the company a true sense of its interns’ skill sets.
best practices, internships, branding and marketing, operations, spotlight
There are ways for career centers to engage students by incorporating pop culture into their programming, services, and communications.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, spotlight