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Two programs—the First Star STEAM Academy and ASPIRE—housed at Rowan University help marginalized you prepare for higher education and careers.
diversity and inclusion, career readiness, journal
Given the complexity and variety of laws, it is not surprising that employers, applicants, and career services professionals alike are confused about what is and isn’t legal in the case of marijuana—medical and recreational. This article addresses marijuana use as it pertains to some of the most pressing questions surrounding recruiting and hiring.
legal issues, journal
Fatim Lelenta, NYU, discusses strategies for supporting the personal and professional development of counselors-in-training.
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
Employers are looking for help to attract and retain Black talent. Career services professionals can help them by sharing 16 strategies that will help them.
diversity and inclusion, journal
For talent acquisition, given its emerging technology-intensive ecosystem, is what role does human interaction appropriately play? Where is the humanity in the technology of talent acquisition?
technology, journal, coronavirus
Since the success of career readiness plays out in the classroom, faculty need to drive implementation of the career readiness competencies.
best practices, career readiness, journal
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
To increase students’ understanding of the hiring process, NYU developed a Mock Hiring Committee program to help students assume the functions, responsibilities, and perspectives of those in charge of hiring decisions.
career readiness, journal
Where does the job location and development program (JLD) belong? The author makes a case for housing it in career services, where it can further employer engagement and career development.
operations, career readiness, journal, employer relations