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A team at University of California San Francisco set out to help advanced degree students interested in gaining business knowledge.
program development, journal
Anne Arundel Community
College is integrating career competencies both at the college and within the
best practices, program development, spotlight, community college
The service learning program
at Middlesex County College connects academics and curriculum with social
issues and relevant community partners.
best practices, program development, spotlight, community college, nontraditional students
CUNY developed its Career Success Initiative to focus on
student-centered goals for the university system around action, completion, and
best practices, program development, spotlight, career development
Clemson University’s on-campus internship program helps
1,000 students a year gain experience, build career readiness competencies, and
defray expenses, but it’s development was not without challenges.
internships, competencies, program development, journal
Staff at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign career center developed programs to reach underrepresented students in ways that were meaningful to the students.
diversity and inclusion, program development, journal
Use the Recruitment Toolkit Worksheet, provided courtesy of Jeff Brzozowski, The Travelers Companies, and Suzanne Helbig, University of California – Irvine, to identify areas of opportunity to leverage career services more effectively to improve recruiting outcomes.
samples, program development, spotlight
MITRE allows some high-performing interns who completed a summer internship on site to work part time from campus and apply what they're learning on campus to the company’s work.
internships, operations, policy, program development, spotlight
This article lays out the historical context and challenges associated with competencies, and offers a call to action.
operations, program development, journal
NACE looks at how two universities brought career readiness competencies to their campus.
best practices, competencies, program development, journal