New Virtual Services that Career Centers Should be Offering This Fall

New Virtual Services that Career Centers Should be Offering This Fall
No matter if students are on-campus or learning remotely, career centers will continue working hard to turn students’ career dreams into a reality. In order to continue helping students during these unprecedented times, career centers must adapt to the changing world by creating a stronger virtual presence. By creating more virtual experiences, career centers can stay connected with students in order to provide extra support and better prepare them for the changing professional world. Virtual services allow students to receive one-on-one training from a career coach or advisor from wherever they feel comfortable.…
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How to Properly Utilize Your Career Center During College

How to Properly Utilize Your Career Center During College
College students who visit their career center are more likely to receive a full-time job right after graduation than students who don’t, according to a recent Gallup study. These students are also more likely to say that their school prepared them well for life after college. The problem is that many students don’t properly utilize their career centers, and some don’t visit them at all. It’s important for students to understand the value career centers can provide for life after college.…
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