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Funded by the NACE Center, this study examines how internships impact the development and initial career outcomes of liberal arts graduates.
first destination, graduate outcomes, internships, surveys, liberal arts
Is it an employer’s responsibility to provide their interns and co-ops with honest assessments of how their lines of work may fare economically?
internships, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
From where do employers source their interns and co-ops? And when do they start the recruiting process?
internships, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Coaching is the primary focus regarding the career development of students and the professional development among career services staff.
operations, coaching, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
Interns and co-ops continue to spend the bulk of their time on duties requiring analytic/problem-solving and project management skills.
internships, compensation, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
We are in an era of artificial intelligence. What impact will technology have on jobs? What must industry and academia do to change the world of work?
technology, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
More than half of university career services operations are based in the student affairs division, while “career services” is the most commonly used title.
operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
Employers say major was the most influential characteristic between two otherwise equally qualified candidates for an internship or co-op position.
Just 14.5 percent of employers responding to NACE’s 2017 Internship & Co-op Survey featured rotational internship programs in 2017.
The practice of employers offering signing bonuses to candidates for intern and co-op positions seems to be making something of a comeback in recent years.