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Fullerton’s “I Am First” program addresses the specific needs of
first-generation college students and prepares them for the challenges they
best practices, diversity and inclusion, spotlight, first generation, special populations, career development
In summer 2019, Florida State University implemented an experiential education graduation requirement for all undergraduate students.
internships, diversity and inclusion, first generation, journal
The guarded optimism of early June has faded into the reality that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on college enrollments for the fall.
technology, best practices, operations, international students, trends and predictions, student attitudes, spotlight, first generation, community college, coronavirus
A nationwide survey of more than 500 college seniors and recent graduates found that those who engaged in cold networking were twice as likely to get an internship.
internships, network, first generation, journal
NACE members share insights about issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion through the NACE Blog.
diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, generations, first generation
Developed by the 2019 Inclusion Committee, this compiles selected topics relevant to diversity, equity, and inclusion and provides links to sources.
STEM, diversity and inclusion, first generation
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
NACE research suggests that internship and study-abroad
experiences have a positive effect on the career readiness of first-generation
internships, competencies, diversity and inclusion, first generation, journal
A qualitative study looks at how career counselors use their own experience as first-generation students to support first-generation students.
counseling, first generation, journal
The Class of 2016 has characterized itself as “career ready,” but are these graduates prepared in the areas that employers deem essential?
student attitudes, spotlight, first generation