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What Colleges Are Doing To Set Up Grads for an Uncertain Job Market and Future

11.17.17

Career-services and higher education, in general, should strive to holistically develop students. Some colleges in Canada and abroad are attempting to fulfill this mission by connecting students with a career as early as possible in their college education; while simultaneously instilling in students a strong sense of “self.”
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Schools Use ‘Work-Based Learning’ To Prepare Atlanta-Area Students For Jobs

11.17.17

Many Atlanta schools are using work-based learning to help students acquire employability skills and work experience while simultaneously earning college credit and income.
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Curriculum for Work-Force Development

11.17.17

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation released the Talent Pipeline Management Academy. It is a proposed curriculum aims to close the skills gap by increasing collaboration between employers, higher education institutions, and the government. The curriculum can be found here.
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From Liberal Arts to Making a Living

11.17.17

Many liberal arts colleges are increasing the opportunities for undergraduate students to receive quality career-development opportunities further increasing their chances of attaining a job after graduation.
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Making Students’ Jobs More Meaningful

11.17.17

In order to meet work force demands for graduates with greater job skills, colleges and universities are providing students with more meaningful work experiences on campus. For example, Clemson University has introducing a paid internship program providing incentives for faculty and staff to create meaningful work opportunities for students.
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