July 15, 2019 | By NACE Staff
TAGS: best practices, branding and marketing, spotlight, career development
Spotlight for Career Services Professionals
The NACE Community members share great, information-rich ideas with each other. Here are some recent ideas:
At dinners for high school students, one career practitioner discusses:
Another career services professional begins with the basics: She places plates, napkins, knives, forks, and spoons at the center of each table. Each person is asked to set up his or her own place setting before the presenter talks about where each piece of the place setting should go. Community leaders attending the meal offer additional tips on dinner etiquette and meal mishaps that they’ve experienced.
How to Track Student and Graduate Employment
What the Career Center’s Lobby Television Displays
The career center’s lobby television can offer content produced in a loop that is simple and short, and designed to attract students’ attention. This content often includes:
Note: Putting together this content is a great project for student employees.
Working With Master’s Students
Connect early with incoming master’s students by:
Join the NACE Community and share your ideas and best practices with your colleagues.
Percent of staff time spent student-facing
Median number of students per professional staff member
Median number of FTE professional staff
Median number of FTE overall staff
Percent of career centers reporting cuts to personnel budget
Percent of career centers reporting cuts to non-personnel budget
Percent of career centers using third-party provider to collect student outcomes
2020-21 Career Services Benchmark Survey Report