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Career services offices can help students develop their professionalism and navigate situations when “professional standards” may fuel and foster bias.
best practices, competencies, diversity and inclusion, program development, spotlight, special populations, career development
Over the course of the week-long NACE21 conference, it became clear that several topics—such as the new normal, professionalism, and career readiness—weighed most heavily on attendees.
best practices, operations, competencies, diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, spotlight, career development, talent acquisition
Amy Morrill Bijeau and Beverly Peters, American University, examine whether students can gain career readiness competencies through virtual internships. Their study compared student self-assessments and supervisor evaluations from those taking part in virtual, in person, and hybrid internship experiences.
internships, competencies, assessment, journal, coronavirus
NACE has identified key behaviors that allow college students preparing to enter the workforce to demonstrate their career readiness to prospective employers.
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
Using before and after assessments, career coaches at the University of Cincinnati analyze the outcomes of their course for undergraduate business students and identify future directions based on the data.
competencies, program development, journal, coronavirus
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
LIM College has a unique career education structure that is based on the NACE Competencies and that will allow the college to conduct longitudinal research.
best practices, competencies, program development, spotlight, for-profit colleges
Employers play an important role in ensuring that college students are career ready and in developing the competencies that prepare graduates for this transition.
best practices, internships, competencies, spotlight
Five years ago, California State University, Fullerton made an intentional culture shift by creating an integrated ecosystem within its eight colleges and across its campus.
graduate outcomes, operations, faculty, competencies, program development, spotlight, first generation, career development