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Staff at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign career center developed programs to reach underrepresented students in ways that were meaningful to the students.
diversity and inclusion, program development, journal
The “wandering map,” a variation on the mind map, encourages students to explore their lives on paper.
The coaching movement addresses the student as an equal partner, empowering them to close the gap between where they are and where they want to be.
Disrupting gender norms learned from infancy requires understanding first how these were shaped, and then looking at how perspectives can be shifted.
diversity and inclusion, LGBTQ, journal
What constitutes harassment? How are employers required to respond? What should employees do if they believe they are being harassed? Are unpaid interns protected?
internships, legal issues, journal
Many colleges are placing a renewed emphasis on recruiting rural students. Are career centers prepared to help them when they get there?
counseling, coaching, diversity and inclusion, journal
Five years ago, Rutgers University – New Brunswick adopted the career cluster model. How is it working? How has it evolved?
best practices, models, counseling, journal
This article provides highlights from the authors’ study, “The Impact of Unpaid Internships on the Career Success of Liberal Arts Graduates.”
first destination, graduate outcomes, internships, surveys, liberal arts, journal
Employers may require new hires and interns to sign restrictive covenants, such as noncompete, nonsolicitation, and/or nondisclosure agreements. Attorneys George Hlavac and Ed Easterly discuss the issues.
At the University of Nevada, Reno, career mentors are guided in the art of mentoring through the “studio method,” a framework built on four core principles of mentoring: appreciation, co-exploration, small loops, and walkaways.
models, operations, journal