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Research conducted by Aaron James and Troy Nunamaker, Clemson University, indicates that many students under- or overrate their communication skills, perhaps because they are assessing them in the context of an academic setting, not the workplace.
internships, competencies, career readiness, journal
Two programs—the First Star STEAM Academy and ASPIRE—housed at Rowan University help marginalized you prepare for higher education and careers.
diversity and inclusion, career readiness, journal
Since the success of career readiness plays out in the classroom, faculty need to drive implementation of the career readiness competencies.
best practices, career readiness, journal
To increase students’ understanding of the hiring process, NYU developed a Mock Hiring Committee program to help students assume the functions, responsibilities, and perspectives of those in charge of hiring decisions.
career readiness, journal
Where does the job location and development program (JLD) belong? The author makes a case for housing it in career services, where it can further employer engagement and career development.
operations, career readiness, journal, employer relations
The authors look at the similarities and differences in how college students and employers describe leadership and its various proficiency levels.
internships, competencies, career readiness, leadership, journal
With no additional budget, Clarion’s Center for Career and Professional Development built and implemented a mentor program for students.
graduate outcomes, career readiness, journal, mentoring
In partnership with the career services office, the faculty in the religious studies department at Hendrix College integrated career readiness into its senior colloquium course.
faculty, career readiness, journal
Members of the NACE Community recently offered some suggestions to their colleagues for books to add to their summer reading lists.
best practices, faculty, career readiness, journal
Employers rating NACE’s eight career readiness competencies in terms of essential need in hiring new grads put “critical thinking/problem solving” at the top.
competencies, career readiness, spotlight