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While moving to a virtual world and with little experience using virtual tools, William & Mary career center staff connected students and alumni by creating the Professional Development Academy.
best practices, competencies, program development, career readiness, nace insights, career development, nace award winner
Colleges must work to ensure that students are aware that skills they’re using and developing in the classroom can be an asset after entering the workforce.
best practices, operations, competencies, career development, member voices
Career success means a commitment to lifelong learning to add skills and credentials that employers need. The adaptive innovator—or T-professional—does just that.
competencies, career readiness, journal
CUNY SPS recognized that certain curricula could better communicate to students how their courses address career competencies and the significance of the competencies in achieving career success.
faculty, competencies, nace insights, career development
Mohawk Industries believes it has a responsibility to do what it can to support the transition of students to the workplace, which is just one of the reasons its ASPIRE program is so important.
competencies, rotational programs, nace insights, talent acquisition
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.
best practices, operations, competencies, nace insights, career development
BYU works to help students understand that they have these transferable skills and competencies that can be used in a variety of ways in a variety of situations.
Through its Experiential Learning Platform™, Saxbys builds individualized academic partnerships to open cafes that provide exceptional paid experiential learning opportunities for students.
best practices, internships, recruiting methods, competencies, experiential education, nace insights, talent acquisition
A study of computer science and engineering students at the University of Georgia examines their experiences with and perceptions of work-related experiential activities.
New graduates and their potential employers can agree on which skills are most important for job candidates, but differ on how proficient new graduates are in those abilities.
branding and marketing, competencies, candidate selection, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, nace insights, talent acquisition