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NACE’s career services members recently offered ideas for making classroom presentations upbeat and interesting for students. See their suggestions.
best practices, branding and marketing, faculty, spotlight
The guide provides faculty with information about the ethical and legal implications associated with referring students for internship and employment opportunities.
Internships are important, but colleges and universities need to ensure their educational value, and given the importance of internships in higher education, periodic review of the program is essential to ensure the best educational experience possible.
internships, faculty, journal
Placing internship and co-op professionals in academic departments can give career services a leg up on promoting experiential education to faculty and students.
internships, partnerships, faculty, journal
Can a career center prescreen candidates for an employer? Can a faculty member prescreen candidates for an employer? If the career center or faculty prescreen candidates they are acting as an employment agency, and the relevant laws that apply to an agency would apply to the center or faculty member.
operations, faculty, candidate selection
This case study looks at how career center staff can address the ethical issues involved when faculty refer and rank students for employers.
faculty, candidate selection, case study, ethics, references, principles
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?
partnerships, faculty, journal
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.
STEM, faculty, journal
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.