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Solo or small-staff career services offices can take steps to sustain a satisfactory level of career services and, in some cases, grow their operations.
technology, best practices, faculty, spotlight, career development, coronavirus
Having a formal policy helps the team in the University of Oregon’s career center team with consistency when considering postings from employers seeking unpaid interns.
best practices, internships, compensation, operations, policy, faculty, recruiting, spotlight
The Stony Brook Center for Remote Internships & Experiential Learning provides practical resources for employers operating remotely during the pandemic and beyond.
technology, best practices, internships, faculty, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
Rollins College’s R-Compass program arms faculty advisers with tools and resources that help them infuse career and life planning principles into the academic advising relationship with students.
partnerships, faculty, liberal arts, journal
Career excursions have been a staple at Chapman University for several years; a new career model and collaborating across departments helped expand the excursions to provide college- and program-specific events.
best practices, faculty, program development, journal
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
If you have five to 10 minutes to share information and updates about career services with key campus players, what would you cover?
branding and marketing, faculty, 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
Staff at Oakland University examined barriers to internship participation among English majors and developed ways to address those barriers.
internships, faculty, student attitudes, surveys, journal
Industry dinners give students and employers alike the opportunity to interact.
faculty, program development, journal