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Making ConneXions: Equipping Innovative Students for 21st Century Careers
Description:
The Career Pathways Initiative, funded by Lilly Endowment Inc. in collaboration with the United Negro College Fund, aims to improve the ability of institutions to serve their two primary stakeholders: students who rely on institutions to prepare them for life after graduation and employers who look for well-prepared college graduates. To simultaneously serve both students and employers, four institutions have deepened their support for students by: more intentionally integrating education and career preparation through stronger, more effective internships, career counseling, etc.; increasing awareness of professional job market requirements; and reconsidering knowledge 21st century students need in the workforce of tomorrow.
Audience:
All
Level:
Mid-Level
Track:
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Type:
Panel Session
Date:
6/3/2020
Time:
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Room:
Level One, Room 101 ABC
Main Speaker:
Tashia Bradley, Wilberforce University
Additional Speakers:
Whitney McDowell-Robinson, Tougaloo College
Eric Mintz, Clark Atlanta University
Rhonda Moses, Huston-Tillotson University