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Should career services staff recommend students put their GPA on their resume? NACE Community members overwhelmingly said they should.
branding and marketing, counseling, candidate selection, spotlight, students
Are bare legs considered a no-no at job interviews? That’s the question career services practitioners recently discussed in the NACE Community.
counseling, coaching, interviewing, student attitudes, spotlight
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.
best practices, branding and marketing, counseling, spotlight
Career services and university recruiting professionals need to plan to meet the needs of students with autism spectrum disorder.
counseling, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, spotlight
First-generation have unique career development needs that career services can address.
counseling, program development, first generation, journal
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.
best practices, counseling, spotlight
The authors discuss the steps to selecting and implementing a new career development model. In this case, the new model was the Chaos Theory of Careers (CTC). This article is the companion to “Career Development Models for the 21st Century.”
models, counseling, case study
A career development model helps us to better answer the question of how people come to select or acquire a career. Four models—narrative theory, career construction and life design theory, chaos theory, and planned happenstance and happenstance learning theory—are among those models that address 21st century issues.
Liberal arts students can thrive in tech careers because of the strength of a liberal arts education and the profile of students who are drawn to it, says Alice Harra of Reed College. She provides several tips for career services offices to make the connection between liberal arts students and tech companies.
counseling, liberal arts, spotlight
Richard Detweiler often hears a disconnect between identified organizational needs and candidate selection. Research he conducted makes a direct link between the undergraduate liberal arts experience and success in career and life that can benefit organizations looking for leaders.
graduate outcomes, counseling, surveys, liberal arts, spotlight