The Center for Career Development at the University of Charleston is working to engage employers by transforming transactions into relationships.
Career services practitioners offer ideas for approaches that add form, function, or fun to helping students perfect their elevator pitches.
The career center’s name should reflect the services it offers to students, and help them identify it as a career development and job-search resource.
Career services professionals urge students to include a professional picture with their LinkedIn profile, but what about on their resumes?
Some career centers are seeking ideas for appreciation gifts that are unique, useful, and cost-effective that can be handed out to recruiters during on-campus events.
NACE members share their ideas for fun, useful items that career centers can give to students during career fairs.