Career development

With underemployment for recent graduates still near Recession-era highs, many institutions are incorporating career development into their definition of student success. The solution for many colleges and universities will be to move beyond the traditional career center and internship structures to embed career development into a broader range of academic and advising experiences.

Want to learn how your peers are aligning career and academic advising?

Given the mounting focus on career outcomes, progressive colleges and universities are intentionally integrating career development and academic advising as part of their broader student success strategy.

Download our white paper to learn how schools are developing hybrid advising roles to align academic and career guidance for students.

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