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Davidson College athletes can participate in a three-day event covering leadership and workforce development skills while not in season, equipping them for their future careers.
Nondegree pathways are growing in popularity among high school graduates. A new report reveals a gap between students’ knowledge of available opportunities beyond a four-year degree and their interest in skills-based learning.
A community college in Montana is putting a new spin on dual enrollment by providing free one-credit course offerings to local high school students, with content aimed at preparing them for life after graduation.
Across the globe, college students are interested in industry-specific education for career advancement, but learners in North America want to see a return on investment, citing cost as a barrier to enrollment.
Students studying health sciences at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse can work alongside a trained service dog, learning to better serve patients with disabilities.
New research from Gallup and Amazon found mentorship positively impacted young adults in their career outcomes, but professionals from low-income backgrounds were less likely to have those figures in their lives. The report offers three recommendations for potential role models.
A new program created by West Virginia and Marshall Universities aims to support recent graduates in establishing remote work opportunities within the state.