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Last spring, career services offices were asked about the main ways in which they were engaging students, as nearly all contact had become virtual. In addition to email, phone calls were a popular tool.
technology, best practices, internships, operations, trends and predictions, spotlight, coronavirus
By the end of April, more than half of employers planned to move their internship programs to virtual and nearly half expected to delay intern start dates in responses to the pandemic.
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, spotlight, students
NACE is conducting a quick poll of its college and employer members October 19, 2020, through late November; the poll focuses on how career fairs—long a mainstay of fall recruiting—fared in the virtual environment for students, career services, and employers, and also looks at member mobility.
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Larger companies are more likely to recruit virtually during the 2020-21 academic year, according to a forthcoming report from NACE.
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NACE research shows just how dramatically career centers have increased their ability to serve students online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The guarded optimism of early June has faded into the reality that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on college enrollments for the fall.
technology, best practices, operations, international students, trends and predictions, student attitudes, spotlight, first generation, community college, coronavirus
For talent acquisition, given its emerging technology-intensive ecosystem, is what role does human interaction appropriately play? Where is the humanity in the technology of talent acquisition?
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Marc Morial, National Urban League, discusses the digital divide for students of color—which is in danger of widening during the pandemic—and what employers can do to bridge that gap.
technology, best practices, operations, diversity and inclusion, spotlight, coronavirus
At Davenport University, the coronavirus pandemic has taken career services out of the sightline of students. Staff are reestablishing connections to students via personal phone calls.
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