When students enter college, the initial focus may be on academics; however, as they matriculate in their academic process, they may struggle with questions related to identity, significance, and competence. As career educators, we career services professionals and employers have many opportunities to help students determine what it takes to develop the awareness, connections, and competencies to thrive in this rapidly changing economic and global marketplace. Join this session to learn how to use data and research to engage students toward their career pursuits. Learn how to use the information presented to design programs and interactions that can help your students and future talent be the C.E.O. of their career pursuits.
Following this program, you will be able to:
Makesha Dockery , Coordinator, Cooperative Education and Internships, Georgia State University - University Career Services
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