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St. Joseph’s University’s International Career Conference educates students about available opportunities and the processes involved to reach their goals.
partnerships, international students, spotlight
With many challenges to their budgets—including travel costs for recruiters and candidates, donations to schools to boost brand awareness, and the implementation of new technology—how can URR programs leverage limited resources to maximize their reach and effectiveness?
technology, best practices, recruiting methods, partnerships, spotlight
There is no one model for the ideal career center, as the broad diversity of institutions makes it impossible to apply one that will work for all. NACE’s 21st Century Career Services Model Team identified three themes that provide a framework for the successful 21st century career center. Part 1 addresses the strategic partnerships theme.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and 250 other organizations in American business, industry, higher education, science, and engineering have joined to call for stronger federal policies and investment to drive domestic research and development.
public policy, advocacy, STEM, partnerships
During this time when resources were depleted, programs were redundant, and offices were being forced to do more with less, it was necessary to take the relationship between the divisions of advancement and student affairs to a new level and start working as a team.
partnerships, operations, journal
Placing internship and co-op professionals in academic departments can give career services a leg up on promoting experiential education to faculty and students.
internships, partnerships, faculty, journal
Career services professionals know that collaborating with campus partners can be crucial to reaching students. But how can career services convince faculty and administrators that partnering with career staff will also increase students’ engagement with their courses?
partnerships, faculty, journal