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Report: The Value of Study Abroad for Student Success

An April report from Terra Dotta finds college students who participate in a study-away program believe it benefits their personal and professional growth.

Curry College President Jay Gonzalez wears academic robes and gestures with his arms at a podium with “Curry College” projected in purple letters behind him.

Curry College Guarantees Graduates Will Be Employed

The college will help those who remain unemployed six months after graduation pay their student loans, find paid internships or allow them to take classes for free.

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A Data-Based Defense of the English Major

Research from the Association of Departments of English (ADE) highlights the value of studying English and the career outcomes of graduates.

Evan Brown Ton, 19, middle, and Sejal Rajamani, right, go over homework in the main hall of the School of Law building at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.

Success Program Launch: Leadership Academy for All Undergrads

A $20 million gift will fund a leadership development center for students at Washington University in St. Louis, creating new leadership trainings and funding research.

Veronica Stewart, career center director at Bryant University, teaches a lecture to first-year students.

Success Program Launch: Required Career Prep Seminar Course

In Bryant University’s new general education program, students must complete three one-credit courses, one of which is focused on professional development and career exploration.

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Student Wellness Tip: Helping Students Navigate Sticky Situations

A workshop series at George Mason University gives students the tools to “adult” and tackle unfamiliar situations with confidence.

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Are Recent Graduates Ready to Work? HR Professionals Say Yes.

A new survey from Handshake and SHRM finds a majority of those in human resource positions believe young people entering the workforce are ready to succeed in their organization.

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Career Prep Tip: Host an Etiquette Dinner

Colleges and universities can put on a formal dinner to teach students how to engage in networking conversations or an interview during a meal.