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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.
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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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Virtual internships are essential in the current work environment, but it is important to recognize that many benefits of a traditional internship are lost.
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Yale University is undertaking an aggressive personal outreach effort to graduating students who indicate they are “still seeking” on its first-destination survey.
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Academic projects can provide experiences to students for whom online internships aren’t available or viable.
It is important that students who do not have internships or full-time positions continue to develop their skills and competencies this summer.
Purdue University Global’s career services office offers tips for delivering outstanding career services experiences online.
Technology and different formats might ease the issues associated with holding mock interviews.
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the prevailing narrative, recent research underscores the relative
ineffectiveness of social media as a college recruiting tool.
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general, social media is one of the least popular job-search resources among
college students responding to the 2018 Student Survey.