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At the University of Cincinnati, students facing financial constraints can access a grant designed to enable them to engage in career-focused courses.
diversity and inclusion, journal, career development, students
The Career & Professional Development office at the University of Denver developed a multipronged approach to work toward its ambitious goal to engage 90% of undergraduates annually.
journal, students, strategy
Does salary matter to graduates from the college Class of 2021? No … and yes, according to students responding to NACE’s 2021 Student Survey.
compensation, salaries, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, students
Volunteering can help students gain valuable experience and learn about what workplace environments best suit their needs, which will be helpful when applying for jobs after graduation.
best practices, network, leadership, personal development, career development, students, member voices
Even though the job search environment has undergone substantial shifts over the last five years—accelerated more recently by the COVID-19 pandemic—core aspects are intact.
best practices, trends and predictions, nace insights, career development, students, coronavirus
How do virtual internship programs compare with their pre-pandemic counterparts? NACE members share what they have heard from students about their virtual summer internship experiences.
technology, best practices, internships, operations, nace insights, students, coronavirus
Some career centers are noticing a decrease in employer and student registration for virtual career fairs. What strategies might increase the number of employers attending?
technology, best practices, operations, nace insights, students
First-generation college students are overrepresented among “never interns” and underrepresented among paid interns.
internships, diversity and inclusion, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, students
NACE research shows that women are overrepresented among unpaid interns and underrepresented among paid interns.
NACE research shows that disproportionalities exist in terms of race/ethnicity and representation by internship attainment and pay type.