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Language companies provide a range of services and are looking for new college graduates. How can you help prepare students for jobs in this growing industry?
best practices, operations, coaching, liberal arts, spotlight
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
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
Free downloads from the NACE Center: These studies examine how internships impact the development and initial career outcomes of college graduates.
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GPA and the total number of internships a student completed as an undergraduate student are the major predictors of initial career outcomes.
internships, trends and predictions, liberal arts, graduate students, spotlight
Funded by the NACE Center, this study examines how internships impact the development and initial career outcomes of liberal arts graduates.
Liberal arts/general studies majors are projected to be the top-paid Class of 2017 humanities graduates at the bachelor’s-degree level this year.
compensation, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys, liberal arts, spotlight
While the liberal arts equip students with many of the skills employers seek in new hires, these graduates often have trouble articulating how their skills and experiences will transfer to the workplace.
Liberal arts graduates are valuable to tech companies because they are curious and solve problems using a multi-disciplinary approach, says Alice Harra of Reed College. Harra makes recommendations for tech companies to connect with and effectively recruit liberal arts students.
technology, candidate selection, liberal arts, spotlight
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.
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