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The State of Georgia’s reverse networking fair offered state agencies the
opportunity to promote their career opportunities for college students to
career services professionals.
best practices, spotlight, talent acquisition
career fairs and reverse networking events can offer tremendous benefits, especially
when held at small scale with specific program areas.
best practices, spotlight, career development
As was the case with
bachelor’s level outcomes, the employment outcomes for graduates earning
master’s degrees declined in 2020 in comparison with 2019.
first destination, graduate outcomes, spotlight, coronavirus
The Carolina Cluster forged a new model for career readiness and designed and implemented programs to improve employment outcomes for graduates.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, career readiness, spotlight, career development
starting salary projections for the Class of 2022 range from an increase of
5.4% to a decrease of 14.8%.
compensation, salaries, surveys, spotlight
Employee resource groups can be valuable tools for helping employers to bolster their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and to help with effective onboarding and retention.
best practices, recruiting methods, diversity and inclusion, spotlight, talent acquisition
When choosing between two otherwise equally qualified candidates, employers deem having internship experience—with the organization or within its industry—to be the most influential factors.
candidate selection, surveys, spotlight
TAMU-CT is building employer engagement opportunities in partnership with faculty that are “a little less virtual,” but better meet the needs of its unique student population.
technology, best practices, spotlight, special populations, career development, coronavirus
Recent research suggests that career development programs that focus on key levers of economic mobility may play a critical role in reducing or eliminating racial wealth gaps for their participants.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, spotlight, career development
Career services offices should provide programming and resources to help boost students’ proficiency in critical thinking, communication, and professionalism.
competencies, surveys, career readiness, spotlight