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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I LEARNED TODAY | New blog by maricelly alomar

I LEARNED TODAY A QUOTE THAT I WILL SHARE WITH MY STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES :  " FOCUS ON YOUR ABILITIES NOT IN YOUR DISABILITY"    

My Job As A Career Services Advisor | New blog by Deborah Burgess

My stuedent's success is my success!!

Interviewing | New blog by Lee Hoenig

Once a person lands that interview they should make sure to prepare before the interview by researching the company and when they were founded along with who they key players are in the organization i...

RE: Graduate Outcomes - What Has Worked for Your Institution? | New comment by LaTara Marshall

Hi Ryan,  I am new to the group and came across your post. I have to agree 100% that graduate outcomes are a direct reflection on the institution as a whole. Especially at career schools. I...

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...