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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Programmatic Intervention Strategies | Origin: CS201 | New comment by Kara McCaslin

I'm new to CS. If 81% of hiring managers and HR decision-makers surveyed identified past work experience as the number one attribute considered in the hiring process, then how do we get employers to...

Understanding the Big Picture of Graduate Employment | Origin: CS201 | New comment by Kara McCaslin

Career Services hold many roles. It takes a village to sevice career college students. 

Online Reputation Management | Origin: CS107 | New comment by Ashley Gramma

Love this module because I feel this very important when students get to the point of deciding their career options to inform them of how they act on social media can damage their reputation....

Career Marketing Concepts | Origin: CS107 | New comment by Ashley Gramma

The SEO keyword search was very informational. Helping the graduates to market themselves and students can see how they are found by recruiters. Traditional Career Marketing is something we all have...

Understanding the Web | Origin: CS107 | New comment by Ashley Gramma

Many changes in the hiring process when it comes to screening applicants. Applicants need to keep in mind that their social media plays a major role even if they feel it shouldn't. Learning to accept...

Developing the Relationship | Origin: CS106 | New comment by Dee Player

Building trust with students below and after job placement.  Form alumni placement organization that can help potential students with development, expectations and how to maintain.

Matching Candidates | Origin: CS106 | New comment by Dee Player

Be honest with employer and let employer know if candidates has some flaws.  Send candidates who qualify to employer's need not just a lot of resumes.

Career Services Strategies | Origin: CS110 | New comment by Kim Anderson

I found the websites and resources to be helpful along with the disability considerations assessment. 

Developing the Relationship | Origin: CS106 | New comment by Ashley Gramma

I learned it is important to keep track of graduates progress after job place. I also learned having a relationship with the graduate and employer is important and I should continue to engage with...

Matching Candidates | Origin: CS106 | New comment by Andrella Gilliam

I've learned that it's ok to carefully select canidates that meet Employer needs. Don't just send students who are avaiable, make sure they meet the needs of the company.