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URR functions and career services operations have received increased funding and resources to address racial injustice and the needs of historically marginalized groups, just at different paces.
diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, spotlight, career development, talent acquisition
Recruiting, onboarding, and retaining employees are not one-size-fits-all processes and there are challenges throughout. This is especially true for neurodiverse students.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, recruiting, spotlight, career development
With student populations becoming more diverse, career centers need to change and adapt to their needs and be inclusive as they develop resources, opportunities, and programming.
technology, best practices, diversity and inclusion, spotlight, special populations, career development
The shift to the virtual space has allowed for collection of career fair data that may have been out of reach with the traditional format.
best practices, operations, spotlight, career development, coronavirus
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) have scheduled the launch of Member Voices, a platform exclusively featuring member-created content with new articles published weekly.
trends and predictions, network, personal development, career development, member voices
While the COVID-19 pandemic caused many adjustments to the ways career services offices operate, they did not make substantial changes to their employer relations strategy.
operations, trends and predictions, recruiting, spotlight, career development, employer relations, coronavirus
Part of the mission of UNH CaPS is to help employers establish or enhance employers’ work around diversity and inclusion by providing them with resources, consultation, and recognition.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, program development, spotlight, special populations, career development, employer relations
The College Autism Network helped create a curriculum to help career services professionals better converse about autism and support autistic students.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, spotlight, career development
Volunteering can help students gain valuable experience and learn about what workplace environments best suit their needs, which will be helpful when applying for jobs after graduation.
best practices, network, leadership, personal development, career development, students, member voices
By getting involved in organizations that extend beyond your job, you can develop skills and relationships that can help you grow both personally and professionally.
network, career development, member voices