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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
Systemic reform centered on active learning is essential to cultivate career competencies.
competencies, career readiness, journal
In this case study, career services and the sport management program work together help their students develop and display the career management competency.
best practices, competencies, program development, career readiness, journal
The National Association of Colleges and Employers developed a definition for career readiness and identified seven competencies associated with career readiness. To assist career services professionals and others working with students in their career development, NACE has gathered these resources, featuring best practices, and samples to support those efforts.
best practices, competencies, samples, career readiness
The Travelers EDGE program addresses work force and career readiness by helping underrepresented students advance from their middle school to high school curriculum, and then prepare for college and their professional careers after graduation.
NACE staff members Matthew Brink and Ed Koc discussed career readiness with leaders from two higher education associations in April 2016.
advocacy, career readiness
NACE staff and volunteer leaders brief public policy makers, legislative and executive department staff, and leaders from higher education associations on the NACE Career Readiness and First-Destination initiatives.
public policy, advocacy, first destination, graduate outcomes, career readiness
When it comes to the career readiness of nontraditional students, there are several challenges career services offices face, and considerations and steps they can take to overcome these obstacles.
career readiness, spotlight
On January 20, 2016, NACE leaders met with representatives from NAFSA and AASCU to discuss STEM OPT, reauthorization of HEA, and career readiness.
public policy, STEM, HEA, career readiness