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The following is a career resource for career centers to share with students.   In this strange and uncertain situation, you might find yourself ...
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The continued threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has many companies embracing remote work, including opening online opportunities up to college students. ...
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In these uncertain times, even the best of us in career services leadership are challenged to maintain our missions of providing compassionate, competent ...
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United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) is located in the capitol city of Bismarck, North Dakota, and serves approximately 450 students each semester. ...
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As I am half way through my time as NACE president and witnessing the great work of so many volunteers, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on where ...
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One of the things I love about NACE members is their willingness to share their programs, successes, and yes, sometimes even their failures. On a recent ...
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Part one of a five part series.  Did you hear that?       I was listening in on career centers across the country.   I heard a variation ...
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When dealing with other human beings, conflict is inevitable, and in fact, necessary for growth. This is especially true with students who are constantly ...
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I have been  working   to make matches between  college students and  corporate  recruiters since 2000.  Recruiters have gone on ...
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Part 2 of a five-part series. Read: Faculty Will Engage With Career Readiness on Their Own Let’s have “the talk”—the facts of life for working with ...
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Through my experiences working with students and young professionals, I’ve noticed a lack of understanding of what it means to “exceed expectations.” ...
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From a career counseling perspective, how can our students or clients know when an organization values diversity, equity, and inclusion? Why is it important ...
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Have you ever said something that came out wrong? It sounded inconsiderate, biased—or worse—offensive? As professionals seeking to improve the lives of ...
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In today’s workplace you will often hear the words “ It’s not what you know, but who you know.”  Normally these words would be applicable to people from ...
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by Fatim Lelenta (Ana Clara Blesso is her mentor)  Why did I decide to find a mentor? A mentor is more than an adviser. A mentor provides you ...
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Recently, a member of our Individuals with Disabilities Affinity Impact Team, Heather Rickerl, a career counselor at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, ...
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Engaging Generation Z

Self-disclosure: I am a borderline Millennial, born in 1982, but consider myself more of what you hear from students from time to time—an old soul . ...
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So many organizations ask me to train their young people on how to be more professional. I get that. I run a professional office with a diverse group ...
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Learning styles are defined as the way each person learns best. Just like we all have different personalities, we all have different learning styles as ...
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Often, career services departments are run by one to three individuals and may have some graduate assistants at four-year schools and even fewer staff ...
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