March Industry Roundup – Career Services
With the pandemic still very much a part of our lives and campus experience, Career Services offices are coming up with fresh new ideas to help graduates make their way into the workforce in this economy. A roundup of the latest initiatives and prospects in career development from colleges nationwide.
University Career Services Extends Help to Graduates But is Losing Staff
University Career Services is offering seniors up to 1 year of help after graduation, a 6 month extension from its normal duration, due to the pandemic. Read More >>
College Students Turning to Nonprofits for Valuable Intern Opportunities
Careers offices are turning to a new initiative, pairing students with local nonprofit organizations for internships opportunities when first jobs out of colleges are harder to land. Read More >>
9 of 10 Grads Report Being Employed Six Months After Graduation
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 9of every 10 grads report being employed, pursuing a graduate degree or participating in a service program. Read More >>