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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.
University leaders at Binghamton University look to improve student career readiness by creating new and enhancing existing on-campus work opportunities.
The inaugural role at Quinnipiac University prioritizes hands-on learning inside and outside the classroom to promote career readiness for students.
In new Student Voice data, two- and four-year college respondents say they want a high level of faculty and adviser involvement in their career preparation as they rank their priorities for experiential learning.
Texas Christian University partners with a luxury suit vendor to provide personalized professional wear for graduate students in need.
Student Voice survey respondents share six career center actions they say would make them likelier to use career services.
Better serving students in career preparation requires a strong understanding of what’s working and what isn’t, plus creative ideas for making career-focused events enticing and boosting utilization of available supports. Cross-campus discussion of three key questions can help.