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"You can never quit. Winners never quit, and quitters never win.” Amy recently started a job as a career counselor at a large recruiting firm. She was ...
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Before moving to USC-Marshall last year, I worked in the world of entertainment here in Los Angeles for 13 years. At least once a year, I get an e-mail ...
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Earlier in my career, someone once told me that I “dress too nicely for higher education and should consider jumping industry to fashion or advertising.” ...
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“What is YOUR next career goal?” was the pointed and personal question recently asked of me in a meeting with one of my students. Our meeting consisted ...
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I feel like I have been hoodwinked, bamboozled, tricked, and left out. I’m an educated black woman who received her invitation to the HBCU (Historically ...
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by Kelly Laraway, North Carolina State University and Jean Manning-Clark, Colorado School of Mines Introduction In the last decade, career ...
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Last month, I first wrote about squad-care, and how helpful finding a NACE mentor has been to my professional and personal development. Squad-care is an ...
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Leadership development is becoming a more prominent topic for career services than in years past. I would attribute this to the needs of employers with ...
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New study, new data In a recent survey by Gallup and Strada Education Network, 36 percent of U.S. adults stated they would change their college ...
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“It’s not supposed to be fun. That’s why they call it work!”  This quote from my father was one of my first introductions to work, followed by the advice: ...
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I was just reading a great summary of Jeff Weiner's presentation at Talent Connect from earlier this week. He hit on some really important trends; however, ...
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I​ ​first​ ​entered​ ​the​ ​field​ ​of​ ​career​ ​coaching​ ​while​ ​I​ ​was​ ​in​ ​the​ ​process​ ​of​ ​completing​ ​my graduate​ ​degree​ ​in​ ​counseling​ ...
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Fall is an exciting time in the world of career services. Following a summer of benchmarking and strategic planning, I found myself enthusiastic to pilot ...
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by Amanda Bradley We all know that social media is one of the most effective ways to reach our students. However, in order to have a successful social ...
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When someone asks me what I do for a living, I say that I am a career counselor. While I do not actually practice it much anymore since becoming a career ...
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by Sarah Alspaw, Capitol Technology University, Dona Gaynor, Florida Institute of Technology, and Jolie Woodson, The Cooper Union. Edited by Sarah Raymond, ...
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Alexandra Anderson and Ana Clara Blesso Odds are, if we met even for a short while, I would talk to you about "squad care." Self-care is a great and ...
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When did it become the norm for companies to just post a job with the career center and on their own website and think they would get top talent? I am ...
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As we all know, career services is pivotal in so many ways as to how a student will develop career goals and plans as well as the articulation of skills ...
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Did you know that globally, 90 percent of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are unemployed or underemployed? In the United States, the unemployment ...
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