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A small group of medical students are seen sitting at desks in a classroom during a lesson. They are each wearing scrubs and paying close attention.

Positive Partnership: New Degree Pathway for Nursing Students

Starting this fall, students at Beloit College in Wisconsin can earn a dual degree in nursing through Edgewood College, thanks to a new agreement between the two institutions.

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Career Prep Tip: Workforce Simulations for Experiential Learning

Stony Brook University integrates technology into career development opportunities, helping students land jobs and build experience for their lives after college.

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Program Innovation: Accelerator Programs for Student Entrepreneurs

Many college students are interested in starting their own businesses. Colleges can support their passions by providing real-world experiences to get them started.

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Career Prep Tip: Innovating the Mock Interview

Career centers and other higher education professionals can level up students’ professional interview preparation with one of these ideas.

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Graduation Is Around the Corner, But Are Seniors Ready?

A new report from Handshake evaluates soon-to-be alumni’s readiness for their lives after graduation and their priorities after finishing school.

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Students Needing Career Advice Turn to Faculty

A new survey from the National Association for Colleges and Employers finds professors are often asked to support students in their career choices, but not all faculty are ready to give that advice.

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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.