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The concept of recognizing feelings as real is a key step in developing emotional intelligence. The risk you run by not doing so is burnout.
best practices, nace insights, career development, talent acquisition, coronavirus
As students prepare their resumes and practice interviews for internships and postgraduation employment, it is important to remember that failures can be as important as successes.
best practices, recruiting, career development, talent acquisition, member voices
Cigna recently held a virtual event to increase awareness of HBCUs and spotlight the prominence and legacy of HBCUs in the Black community.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, diversity and inclusion, nace insights, talent acquisition
Employers and college students agree on the most important competencies students need, but are divided on the proficiency of new college graduates in these key areas.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, competencies, nace insights, career development
To prepare students for their transition to the workforce, career centers have to account for the standards of professionalism shifting over the past several years.
technology, best practices, competencies, diversity and inclusion, nace insights, career development, coronavirus
Career work is transformational, not transactional. If an institution clings to the severely outdated myth that universities should "place" students through their career centers, student learning, as well as critical connections with stakeholders, can be lost.
best practices, journal, strategic planning
Work-based learning opportunities can be great ways for students with disabilities to gain valuable professional experience while preparing for their postgraduation careers.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, recruiting, talent acquisition, member voices
It is difficult for students to be or perform their best when they are concerned about the reliability of their internet access and technology.
technology, best practices, trends and predictions, nace insights, coronavirus
Last fall, VCU began offering its Interdisciplinary Career Readiness Skills minor, an 18-credit pathway for students to develop today’s most highly sought-after job skills.
To best serve a total student body, it is incumbent upon career centers to evaluate exactly who is using their services and how they are promoting their services.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, nace insights, career development