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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Career Coaching Fundamentals | Origin: CS113 | New comment by Valerie Sanchez

It's important to build rapport and to build a relationship with your students. Gain their trust and you'll be able to dig deeper into what concerns them.    

Advisory Board Sustainability | Origin: CS116 | New comment by Courtney Butler

My takeaway for this module would have to be the importance of value and committment of the advisory board members. The value of these individuals insight and feedback must be made clear in both the...

Advisory Board Meeting Management | Origin: CS116 | New comment by Courtney Butler

My takeaway for this module would be the online presence. Making sure that our institution and programs have dedicated webpages for advisory board updates, member bios/company information, board...

Advisory Board Planning Phase | Origin: CS116 | New comment by Jessica Alonzo

This topic gave me a better understanding of how to coordinate an advisory board meeting. 

Overview of Your Career Services Department | Origin: CS101 | New comment by Davian Williams

Career Services plays a who role in higher education. Starting from the mission statement of the institution to the individual mission of Career Services must compliment the direction of the overall...

Advisory Board Operational Effectiveness | Origin: CS116 | New comment by Courtney Butler

My takeaway from this module was the new board member welcome/orientation. I love the idea of creating a resource binder/notebook, a tour of the campus where the program(s) are, and providing...

Advisory Board Planning Phase | Origin: CS116 | New comment by Courtney Butler

My takeaway for this module would be to tap into our advisory boards to address viable strategies and channels for advertising and/or marketing opportunities that might assist a specific program's...

Overview of Your Career Services Department | Origin: CS101 | New comment by Junie Jean-Paul

I've learned that having a functional and engaging Career Services Department is pivotal for the institution's visibility in it's local, national, and international communities, while ascertaining...

Targeted Job Search | Origin: CS102 | New comment by David Torrez

You definitely learn something new everyday. To use the internet and googling yourself is very interesting.

Developing the Relationship | Origin: CS106 | New comment by Jaclyn Huff

It is important to keep a good connection with emplyoers and continue to engage with them. With will help build trust and familiarity.