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The University of Redlands’ Career Faculty Fellows Program was launched in 2019 to help the institution scale career services and embed career preparedness more intentionally into the curriculum.
best practices, models, faculty, competencies, nace insights, career development
Wake Forest created its Alumni Personal & Career Development Center and the “Your First Five” competency model to become a lifelong partner in the professional development of their alumni.
best practices, models, competencies, nace insights, career development, alumni
Five years ago, Rutgers University – New Brunswick adopted the career cluster model. How is it working? How has it evolved?
best practices, models, counseling, journal
At the University of Nevada, Reno, career mentors are guided in the art of mentoring through the “studio method,” a framework built on four core principles of mentoring: appreciation, co-exploration, small loops, and walkaways.
models, operations, journal
At the University of Nevada, Reno the career center became the Career Studio, where students never need an appointment. All career advising is done by undergraduate students; the professional team focuses on all other aspects of career development.
best practices, models, operations, journal
James Madison University’s structure of integrated academic and career advising provides strong collaboration and connection across campus.
best practices, models, operations, nace insights, career development
Rowan University is currently undertaking a plan to infuse career counseling with academic advising, and make this arrangement as seamless as possible.
best practices, metrics, models, operations, nace insights
The authors discuss the steps to selecting and implementing a new career development model. In this case, the new model was the Chaos Theory of Careers (CTC). This article is the companion to “Career Development Models for the 21st Century.”
models, counseling, case study
A career development model helps us to better answer the question of how people come to select or acquire a career. Four models—narrative theory, career construction and life design theory, chaos theory, and planned happenstance and happenstance learning theory—are among those models that address 21st century issues.
models, counseling, journal
There is no one model for the ideal career center, as the broad diversity of institutions makes it impossible to apply one that will work for all. NACE’s 21st Century Career Services Model Team identified three themes that provide a framework for the successful 21st century career center. Part 3 addresses the talent development theme.