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  • What to Tell Key Campus Contacts About Career Services

    September 06, 2019 | By NACE Staff

    Branding & Marketing
    A career services professional speaks to the dean.

    TAGS: branding and marketing, faculty, spotlight

    Spotlight for Career Services Professionals

    If you have five to 10 minutes to share information and updates about career services with key campus players, what would you cover?

    A career center director asked colleagues in the NACE Community for the top three things that they would share with deans, department chairs, and faculty. Here are some of their answers:

    • Graduate outcomes data;
    • Updates such as on new staff, a new customer relationship management system (CRM), new software, or digital tools;
    • Reminders about ethical/legal guidelines around employers and recruiting;
    • Resources faculty can use in their courses;
    • A list of services that can align with assignments (mock interviews, updating a resume, career fairs);
    • FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act) rules, including rules around internships;
    • Classroom presentations and the number of students attending;
    • The majors of students who attended job fairs;
    • The number of students from each college (or department) that scheduled counseling;
    • Initiatives or strategic plans that address major-specific challenges;
    • Programs to help students be aware of career options in their fields; and
    • Highlights of last year’s internship opportunities.

    What information do you plan to share with others on your campus? Join the discussion in the NACE Community.

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