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Career coach Marta Koonz offers an overview of the use of assessments in guiding academic and career choices, including group and individual models for helping students maximize the results.
University-hosted events can offer experiential learning and professional development opportunities for students to launch them into their careers and recognize their individual talents.
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber serves as a bridge between local colleges and small businesses to promote economic flourishing in the area and connect students to careers.
The University of New Hampshire launches Semester for Impact, an experiential learning program in which students earn full credit for working with sustainability-focused local organizations.
Major findings from our Student Voice survey on getting ready for life after college reveal gaps in students’ use of and satisfaction with career services. Responses also suggest that students expect a high degree of faculty involvement in career exploration and that they benefit from experiential learning, including internships.
A program originating at the University of Georgia that has attracted students at 24 higher ed institutions trains the next generation of advertising and public relations leaders.
Pro bono consulting work provides students across American University with real-world skills and connections to working professionals to jump-start their careers.
Students at Oregon State University at Cascades will soon run a for-profit snowboard business—the kind of opportunity Student Voice survey respondents say they want. In this infographic, students share other ideas for how their institutions can help them better prepare for the world of work.