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Over the next few years, $7.4 billion will be spent to bolster the underfunded, understaffed local, state, tribal, and territorial health departments around the United States. As a result, there are new career opportunities for every major and degree level, ranging from associate degree graduates to Ph.D.s.
journal, career development, coronavirus
Research indicates that there are detrimental effects for on hiring for students graduating during a recession from a less-selective university.
hiring outlook, trends and predictions, recruiting, journal
College and university career services practitioners should continuously search for, review, and consider implementing practices that have proven successful in the service of trans students. This article serves as an introduction to successful practices.
diversity and inclusion, LGBTQ, journal
Career work is transformational, not transactional. If an institution clings to the severely outdated myth that universities should "place" students through their career centers, student learning, as well as critical connections with stakeholders, can be lost.
best practices, journal, strategic planning
In this look forward, Shawn VanDerziel, executive director of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, addresses disruptions to our professional lives and the opportunities these present for redefining how college career services and employment professionals operate.
diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, journal, strategic planning
A survey of 300 first-generation college students identified three skill sets that these students need for career success: relationship management; virtual work; and leadership skills.
diversity and inclusion, first generation, journal
One way to address career preparation is by ingraining it into the curriculum with the help of faculty champions.
faculty, competencies, journal
Undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative inquiry experiences can help students build competencies in all eight NACE career readiness competencies.
competencies, career readiness, journal
Career center staff should vet job postings as thoroughly as possible before posting them to avoid posts that are fraudulent or discriminatory.
operations, legal issues, journal
Is experiential learning designed for Black students? Erica Lake’s study found that that Black students at PWIs perceive different college experiences from their peers and are not as engaged in experiential learning, even though they may be interested in these experiences.
internships, diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, journal