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The 2019 Careers for Students With Disabilities Task Force developed self-assessments by which career services and employers can gauge the progression of their work to include individuals with disabilities. The task force also developed a tool for use with students to help them navigate the process.
diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, assessment
What makes undecided students tick? Two professors at University of Cincinnati evaluated a group of undecided students to find out and developed recommendations to support students who don’t want to be pinned down.
Jeff Brzozowski and Suzanne Helbig created a resource for recruiting organizations and colleges to use together to help improve recruiting outcomes.
best practices, recruiting methods, partnerships, recruiting, assessment, spotlight, strategic planning
There is little change in when employers will reassess their hiring needs, which may mean their current schedules are working or the job market is stable.
hiring outlook, trends and predictions, surveys, assessment, spotlight
The Diversity and Inclusion Self-Assessment is a tool that can be used to gauge current status and progress toward diversity and inclusion goals.
diversity and inclusion, assessment, professional development
Kansas State had an external review of its career services done to inform long-term strategic planning and immediate operational transitioning to a new facility.
best practices, assessment, spotlight, standards
It is increasingly important for career services to think about its story and how data support its value proposition. The external pressures on our institutions have translated into higher expectations and more opportunities for career services to showcase our direct contributions to student success.
best practices, branding and marketing, organizational structure, assessment, journal
In the second of two-part series of articles on accountability and assessment in career services, Sam Ratcliffe offers insight into how to address key stakeholder questions on the quality of career services’ programs and services, and the related impact on student learning.
graduate outcomes, assessment, journal
In the first of a two-part look at how career services offices can demonstrate their value, Sam Ratcliffe looks at accountability from institutional and career services' viewpoints.
American University’s career center developed a method for distributing and tracking internship evaluations to help faculty that administer internships and to provide career services with valuable data.
best practices, internships, assessment, journal