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How do you get more students to attend your career fairs? Career services staff share their latest ideas.
best practices, branding and marketing, spotlight, career development
Each year, Idaho State University invests approximately $2 million to provide career- and major-related paid internships to its students through its Career Path Internship program.
best practices, internships, program development, spotlight
Expert and author Tony Byers cites research confirming that there are substantial benefits associated with having a diverse and inclusive workplace.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, recruiting, spotlight
Harper College’s New Registered Apprenticeships are flexible instruction programs combining job-related credit courses with structured on-the-job learning experiences.
best practices, spotlight
From a pop-up career closet to another that provides identity affirming clothing, NACE members share their ideas for managing a professional clothing closet for students.
LIM College has a unique career education structure that is based on the NACE Competencies and that will allow the college to conduct longitudinal research.
best practices, competencies, program development, spotlight, for-profit colleges
Employers play an important role in ensuring that college students are career ready and in developing the competencies that prepare graduates for this transition.
best practices, internships, competencies, spotlight
NACE Community members share ideas for keeping interns who have accepted their job offers interested and excited until the first day of employment.
best practices, internships, branding and marketing, spotlight
Sometimes, career services professionals move to a job in recruiting. NACE Community members shared some guidance for those making this transition.
The Center for Career Development at the University of Charleston is working to engage employers by transforming transactions into relationships.
best practices, branding and marketing, journal, strategy, employer relations