In today's educational landscape, career services professionals must help diverse student populations navigate through a complex, highly competitive labor market. This group is for career services personnel who wish to discuss and hone the skills necessary to help students become gainfully employed in a 21st century economy. Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 

 


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GRADUATE RESUMES | New blog by Megan Hester

I loved the idea of implimenting on our school website the area for our graduates current resumes to be on file for potential hiring companies. However is their a consent form needed so their contact ...

Professional Certifications in Higher Education | New comment by Denise Hollenbach

Excellent and very helpful.  I really appreciated getting certified for CPRW.  So glad that it exists!

Workflow | New blog by Kathy Pezley

I think that the workflow of the process is so important. It eliminates so much confusion. This is something that I wish we would use.

Effective CSA Dept. | New comment by Kathy Pezley

I am not currently working in career services at my school, but I believe this course emphasized how important cooperation between departments is to success. I do a lot of community outreach to bus...

Professional Certifications in Higher Education | New comment by Stephen Gillmore

I would suggest checking into the PARW site and becoming a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) It was a very helpful tool to help  me think through writing resumes and why I write them...

criminal background discussion with employers | New comment by Robert Starks Jr.

Hi Danielle, criminal records are public information in the United States. FERPA has to do with educational records. So, I imagine if one is defining "criminal background" to include perhaps open...

criminal background discussion with employers | New discussion by Danielle Gawronski

In one of the sample quesations the correct answer is to call the employer and discuss John's background with the employer. I didn't think this was legal to do. I thought you can't discuss criminal ba...

C202 | New comment by Ingrid Zekan

Agree, course was helpful. The employer are not responsive to completing an employer survey for their emplyee our graduate. I will take this traing to implement a buy in and collaborative effort fo...

discussion | New blog by Heather Savage

Important topic for Online campuses

Timely instruction! | New blog by Tara Okoney

I am so thankful for this training. Even though I see all of our students as the wonderful people they are, I want to be better prepared to handle questions of our LGBTQ students to get them ready for...