Results: 1 – 10 of 30
Peck and Preston advance the Cocurricular Career Connections (C3) Leadership Model, designed to connect higher education and business and industry.
competencies, leadership, journal
What is the difference between the NACE Principles and Professional Standards? And how do both differ from the Competencies?
competencies, ethics, standards
NACE provides ethical principles, professional standards, and professional competencies. What is the difference?
Temple’s career center held an event to illustrate the connection between career readiness competencies learned in General Education courses and careers.
best practices, faculty, competencies, liberal arts, spotlight
When it comes to rating the “career readiness” of college graduates, there are differences in perception between students and employers.
competencies, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
Following a strategic planning session and with assistance from a neighboring university, Metro State has developed a career readiness program.
best practices, competencies, spotlight, strategic planning
The NACE Center and BHEF conducted research into two skills likely to be important in the future economy: data analytics and cybersecurity skills.
technology, competencies, trends and predictions, surveys
While employers rate critical thinking/problem solving as the most essential competency for new hires, they rate their hires more proficient in other areas.
competencies, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
NACE looks at how two universities brought career readiness competencies to their campus.
best practices, competencies, program development, journal
The University of Tampa’s “Spartan Ready” program is designed to become more deliberate about developing the high-demand competencies needed for success in the work force.
best practices, operations, competencies, program development, spotlight