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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
Adults with autism could offer sought-after skills in a grossly untapped talent pool for industries that are facing a shrinking well of talented, skilled workers.
best practices, partnerships, students with disabilities, spotlight
A significant percentage of career centers have implemented employer partnership programs, and the trend is for more schools to add these programs.
partnerships, operations, trends and predictions, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
Bard College has developed a program that aims to create a community of leaders who will succeed professionally and make a difference in the lives of others.
best practices, partnerships, network, spotlight, mentoring, career development, students
Through an Army program, Ingalls developed partnerships with military bases and community colleges to help provide skills training and job opportunities.
best practices, recruiting methods, partnerships, candidate selection, veterans, recruiting, spotlight, community college
Jeff Brzozowski and Suzanne Helbig created a resource for recruiting organizations and colleges to use together to help improve recruiting outcomes.
best practices, recruiting methods, partnerships, recruiting, assessment, spotlight, strategic planning
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.
models, partnerships, journal
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