• Predictions


  • #NACE2021: Trends and Predictions

     

    NACE looks at five trends and how they may play out by 2021. NACE polled members about megatrends affecting the field, then continued the conversation at the NACE 2016 Conference & Expo, with Millennial guru Lindsey Pollak facilitating.


     

    Predictions 2021: Students Will Most Value Good Benefits Packages, Job Security

     
    During its 60th anniversary year, NACE is honoring its service to the profession, in part, by asking its members to look forward to the year 2021 and help model a vision of the future through polls. Respondents to the fourth poll—regarding the qualities that students will value most in the employers for which they want to work in 2021—anticipate students will be most drawn to a good benefits package.
     

    Predictions for Our Profession in 2021: Arlene Kaukus

     
    Arlene Kaukus, director of career services at the University at Buffalo, believes that by 2021 career services will have to shift its approach to account for changes in the marketplace in order to meet its goal of preparing students for success in the workplace.
     

    NACE Members Anticipate Direct Initial Connections Between Students and Employers in 2021

     
    During its 60th anniversary year, NACE is honoring its service to the profession, in part, by asking its members to look forward to the year 2021 and help model a vision of the future through polls posted on NACEWeb. The third poll asked members about their predictions for how employers and students will most often make their initial connections in 2021.
     

    Predictions for Our Profession in 2021: Matt Meltzer

     
    Matt Meltzer, founder and CEO of Sage Corps, believes that by 2021, universities will award course credit for substantive internships as experiential learning will receive the academic recognition and value it deserves. This shift, he says, is already occurring.
     

    NACE Members Note the Operational Challenges They Most Expect in 2021

     
    During its 60th anniversary year, NACE is honoring its service to the profession, in part, by asking its members to look forward to the year 2021 and help model a vision of the future through polls posted on NACEWeb. The second poll asked members about their predictions regarding the operational challenges they anticipate facing in 2021.
     

    NACE Members Address the Mega-Trends Affecting Our Field

     
    NACE members to look forward to the year 2021 and help model a vision of our future through polls.
     

    Predictions for Our Profession in 2021: Renée Starek

     
    Renée Starek believes that by 2021, career readiness will be incorporated into college curricula because this implementation is currently occurring on her own campus and she can see the benefits.