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College students with disabilities struggle to launch their careers. Strategic partnerships can help reduce barriers and increase opportunities.
diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, journal
By intentionally blending appreciative advising and brain-based career development, career services professionals can better serve students.
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
Can an employer mandate that its employees (or interns) obtain the vaccination? The answer, not surprisingly, is not a simple “yes” or “no.” The ADA as well as other laws and regulations play a role in determining what, legally, an employer can mandate.
legal issues, journal, coronavirus
Philip Wilkerson, III and Samara Reynolds, authors of “The Value of Intentional Cross-Identity Mentorship,” share their personal insights about mentorship.
There are benefits to engaging with a mentor with whom you do not share an identity.
In summer 2019, Florida State University implemented an experiential education graduation requirement for all undergraduate students.
internships, diversity and inclusion, first generation, journal
By encouraging students to engage in real-world problems using the Challenge Method, career professionals can help students take tangible steps toward career decision-making and planning.
program development, 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 U.S. Department of Labor allocates billions of dollars annually to support education and career development activities. Federally financed career development services is guaranteed and ongoing funding mandated by WIOA is potentially available to all college and university career centers. This article explores how Ohlone College’s career center tapped federal funds to help finance career services for its students.
operations, journal, budget