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“There’s a skill shortage in the United States. If we don’t start training programs now we will have a shortage of technical candidates.” – Natalia ...
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Thanks to advancements in technology, transportation, and international communication, traveling abroad is easier than it’s ever been. And as international ...
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I just came back from a great family trip to Orlando, the host city for NACE19 in June.  I know you probably aren’t looking to the Orthodox Jewish guy ...
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Rethinking Prepared

Can I think through something with you all? There’s this word in our field that we all hear so often that it may have lost its meaning, but ever since ...
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Many of us spend quality time with friends and family. During this time, I face a common question that I am sure we all hear which is, “What kind of work ...
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Career centers across the nation are now expected to produce quantifiable results to respond to those challenging the worth and merit of a college degree—more ...
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As I speak to organizations around the country, I’ve heard a consistent frustration from business leaders that interns and new graduates don’t bring paper ...
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During a conversation with Noel Arellano, a Dell Scholar completing his senior year at Texas A&M, I shared a comment I have heard from students and ...
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On the coldest day of Winter 2019, I listened to a segment of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech, Sen. Kamala Harris announced ...
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An interview with Andy Chan, VP for Innovation and Career Development at Wake Forest University This year, The Future of We Task Force  is launching ...
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Even though I meet with students throughout their careers at our university to prepare them for their intern capstone experience, I still find that several ...
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It has been an exciting fall semester in Oakland University’s Career Studio. Our nearly 500 visitors had an opportunity to receive meaningful advice from ...
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It’s like telling ghost stories when I talk to my students: “When I was in college, professors would post grades on the walls outside of their offices. ...
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In my previous post , I shared in broad strokes the changes we’re undergoing here at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), and hopefully offered a ...
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I recently engaged in my first international assessment convening. Invited to sit amongst an elite group of esteemed colleagues from all over the world ...
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Over the last couple of years, there has been a lot of buzz around the topic of Career Studios. If you are new to this concept, a Career Studio is an ...
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Success by Default

One day I was reading an article about how much more successful public health programs are when clients must opt out rather than opt in to program benefits.  ...
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Dear Dignified Dictionary Officials,  Photobomb, emoji, ghosting, and countless other words have been recognized as official dictionary words in the ...
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It is hard to believe fall is upon us once again. Of course, this means an exciting launch to a new academic year. Each year, I am enthusiastic as I welcome ...
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If you ever visit Chile, you’ll realize immediately that your textbook Spanish won’t get you far. Though most of Latin America boasts their own regional ...
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