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Members of the NACE Community recently offered some suggestions to their colleagues for books to add to their summer reading lists.
technology, best practices, program development, career readiness, nace insights, career development, nace award winner
Uncertainty surrounds the use of artificial intelligence among university relations and recruiting professionals and, to a lesser extent, among career services practitioners.
technology, internships, trends and predictions, surveys, recruiting, nace insights, career development, talent acquisition
As communication methods continue to evolve and change due to technology, students should consider their audience and adjust accordingly.
technology, best practices, career development, member voices
Two critical factors for limiting bias in AI systems are building diverse AI teams and implementing an enterprise-wide trustworthy AI framework.
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In a unique interview with ChatGPT, NACE asks the AI language model how it feels about its use as a tool in the job search, career readiness, and talent acquisition; the ethics of its use; and more.
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Among the key information recruiters need to know to successfully navigate their careers is to stay informed and value relationships.
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Tulsa Community College’s “Job Market Monday” Facebook posts include information from employers about current local job openings or internship opportunities, each in a digital flyer format.
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After witnessing the impact that the pandemic had on early undergraduate students from underrepresented groups in the tech industry, IBM scaled up its early talent ID program.
technology, best practices, recruiting methods, diversity and inclusion, candidate selection, nace insights, talent acquisition, coronavirus
Employers overwhelmingly believe hosting internships is the recruiting strategy that yields the highest return on investment leading to entry-level hires.
Employers are strongly committed to in-person college recruiting activities this fall as they are largely unencumbered by travel restrictions that organizations imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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