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Gettysburg College offers free, virtual webinars to help learners launch into their lives after graduation, teaching personal and professional skills.
The latest Student Voice flash survey reveals gaps between students’ desired career-related outcomes and how they say they’re being prepared for life after college, and also between first- and continuing-generation students’ parents as career influences.
The University of Nebraska at Lincoln created a microinternship and mentoring program to help first-generation and Black, Indigenous and people of color learners identify their professional aspirations and build social networks.
In this latest set of Student Voice survey findings, students name parents as their top career influence and reflect on the value of experiential learning. Meanwhile, just a third of those soon to graduate say they have definitely decided on a career.
California Baptist University signed an agreement with Alaska Airlines to provide scholarship dollars for aspiring pilots from underrepresented backgrounds, establishing a talent pipeline into aviation.
Universities tie academics to on-campus job offerings through ice cream and cheese shops, marketing student-created products in stores managed by student employees.
The rise of artificial intelligence is influencing what many students want to study and pursue as a career, according to a new flash survey from Student Voice. Students also say they want to be prepared for AI and the workplace.
As the number of college students with disabilities grows, more institutions are investing in individualized programs and initiatives to support their career development and workforce readiness.