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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
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.
Dr. Julia Overton-Healy of St. John Fisher College suggests career services offices need to recalibrate their understanding of who their students are and make changes to accommodate them.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, competencies, student attitudes, nace insights, career development
One way to address career preparation is by ingraining it into the curriculum with the help of faculty champions.
faculty, competencies, journal
Undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative inquiry experiences can help students build competencies in all eight NACE career readiness competencies.
competencies, career readiness, journal
Career services offices should provide programming and resources to help boost students’ proficiency in critical thinking, communication, and professionalism.
competencies, surveys, career readiness, nace insights
Career services offices can help students develop their professionalism and navigate situations when “professional standards” may fuel and foster bias.
best practices, competencies, diversity and inclusion, program development, nace insights, special populations, career development
Over the course of the week-long NACE21 conference, it became clear that several topics—such as the new normal, professionalism, and career readiness—weighed most heavily on attendees.
best practices, operations, competencies, diversity and inclusion, trends and predictions, nace insights, career development, talent acquisition
Amy Morrill Bijeau and Beverly Peters, American University, examine whether students can gain career readiness competencies through virtual internships. Their study compared student self-assessments and supervisor evaluations from those taking part in virtual, in person, and hybrid internship experiences.
internships, competencies, assessment, journal, coronavirus