NSSE, the gold standard for student engagement, took its first in-depth look at career prep and found that students need more help building social capital.
Colleges are reporting unprecedented interest from recruiters, as employers struggle to find enough qualified candidates to fill jobs. Here's the view from Ohio.
A survey released today adds to the evidence that underrepresented students benefit from virtual recruiting, but they still aren't getting the paid internships (virtual or not) they need to launch their careers.
Companies had virtual internships thrust upon them last year. Now, large numbers say those internships are here to stay even once the pandemic subsides. We talked to colleges and businesses—from a small health-care company to Fortune 500s like Discover—about what’s worked, what hasn’t, and what's in store this year and beyond.
Career services offices are trying a novel way to expand their reach: recruiting faculty onto the team with grants to incorporate career concepts and counseling into their courses.
Employers and institutions alike say that the majority of job recruiting will be all-virtual or hybrid this coming year—and that could be a win for women and students of color.