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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
NACE Community members share the ways they deal with students who register for information sessions or other events with employers, but don’t show up.
best practices, operations, policy, spotlight, students
Nearly 86 percent of Class of 2017 students who started the job search visited the career center—either in-office or online—at least once in the past year.
trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
Many students struggle to articulate their international experiences. However, career services professionals can help students clear these obstacles.
best practices, branding and marketing, coaching, competencies, interviewing, international students, spotlight, students
If you’re asking employers who have posted openings, attended events or career fairs, or participated in campus interviewing about your new graduates—have you received the answers you need?
best practices, spotlight, students, student outcomes
Should first-year students set up a LinkedIn account? NACE Community members weigh in on the topic.
technology, surveys, social media, spotlight, students
Recently, members of the NACE Community shared resources that they find helpful when working with LGBT college students, job candidates, and employees.
diversity and inclusion, LGBTQ, spotlight, students
In response to data about its students, Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business created a required three-course career development program.
best practices, operations, program development, spotlight, students
Student employees are the backbone of Rutgers University Career Services as their support allows the office to maximize its resources.