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Using the MBTI, the authors highlight four ways to help undecided students move forward with the career decision-making process.
Career services professionals have been wrestling with helping students pursue work that provides meaning and allows them to make an impact. Career services professionals can benefit from a calling-centered approach to career coaching.
counseling, coaching, journal
By intentionally blending appreciative advising and brain-based career development, career services professionals can better serve students.
Students may ask specific questions to assess your organization’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Be prepared to answer them.
best practices, coaching, diversity and inclusion, interviewing, student attitudes, recruiting, nace insights
There are questions that career services professionals can suggest their students ask recruiters to assess an organizations’ DEI priority and commitment.
best practices, coaching, diversity and inclusion, interviewing, student attitudes, nace insights
Career services professionals share
ideas for filling and maintaining the career clothes closets they make
available to students.
best practices, coaching, interviewing, nace insights, career development
Since presentation is an important part
of any resume, what typeface, or font, should a student job seeker use?
best practices, branding and marketing, coaching, nace insights, career development
How can your career center help students
to prepare for their mock interviews and set up the mock interviews to maximize
How should career services practitioners
advise their students to address the recipients of their cover letters?
steps helped smooth Lindsey Saxby Baltz’s transition from her position in employer
relations to becoming a career counselor.
best practices, counseling, coaching, professional development, nace insights, engineering