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Saint Mary's College of California developed a program that helps prepare its students for their first several months of employment.
best practices, coaching, onboarding, spotlight, career development
Baruch College’s Online Coaching Program leverages Facebook and live coaching to help graduate-level business students develop actionable career plans.
technology, best practices, coaching, social media, graduate students, spotlight, career development
What can you do to help a student with no work experience and/or activities build a better resume?
best practices, coaching, spotlight, students
What advice would you offer to a student who wants to include religious information on his or her resume?
counseling, coaching, student attitudes, spotlight, students
Many students struggle to articulate their international experiences. However, career services professionals can help students clear these obstacles.
best practices, branding and marketing, coaching, competencies, interviewing, international students, spotlight, students
Coaching is the primary focus regarding the career development of students and the professional development among career services staff.
operations, coaching, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
Are bare legs considered a no-no at job interviews? That’s the question career services practitioners recently discussed in the NACE Community.
counseling, coaching, interviewing, student attitudes, spotlight
St. Cloud State University’s career center recently launched a program in which recruiters conduct one-on-one LinkedIn profile reviews with students and alumni.
technology, coaching, social media, spotlight
What does it mean to transform someone’s life? How exactly are institutions of higher learning delivering on this promise? Career services offices can and must play a vital role in helping students undergo transformation by helping them to think beyond the classroom to process and own what they have learned.
counseling, coaching, competencies, journal
We are preparing graduate students for jobs that don’t exist—or for positions that only a few of them will ever compete for, let alone get. What might we do to help all of our graduate students, not just the few who will work at research universities?
counseling, coaching, journal