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Study: Women in STEM Receive More Job Offers Than Men After Career Services Use

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Women pursuing careers in technical fields can benefit from campus career services, according to a joint study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and Cornell Tech initiative Break Through Tech.

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Brown University Launches Revamped and Expanded Career Services Center

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The center will provide personalized advising, mentoring, opportunities, and resources for various career pathways to Brown’s undergraduates, Ph.D. Instead of offering just generalized career services, this revamped center will seek to have knowledge bases and advising about specific industry sectors.

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Four Strategies for Career Services to Engage Gen Z

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This presents a unique challenge for career services, who must find ways to engage with Gen Z students and provide the support they need to succeed in their careers. To better engage with the students of today, here are four tips for career services processionals!

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5 career services to support your professional and adult learners

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Blogs 5 career services to support your professional and adult learners Build these services to aid your current students and stand out to prospects Career services are going to be especially important to your graduate and adult students in 2024.

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How Career Services Can Enhance ‘Soft-Skills’ in Students

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So what can career services do to give these soft skills the respect they deserve and ensure students stand out? What actually separates thriving organizations from struggling ones are the difficult-to-measure attitudes, processes and perceptions of the people who do the work…Let’s stop calling them soft. They’re interpersonal skills.

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How Technology Can Enhance the Career Services Office

Symplicity

Higher education career services are facing unprecedented challenges in today's rapidly changing job market. As the economy continues to shift towards automation, globalization, and digitalization, traditional career paths are disappearing, and new fields are emerging.

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Webinar Recap: Engaging Students with Career Services for Future Success

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic uprooted more traditional means of engaging students, career services staffs have had to adapt. No matter the size of an institution, nor one’s resources, vying for students’ attention is always a challenge. In case you missed it, here are some highlights from our conversation.