The 2016 Gallup Purdue Index showed us that 86% of incoming freshman report an improved career outcome as a critical factor for enrolling in college. Despite this motivation, the report also showed us that almost 40% of students never visit the career center at all while in college.
To address this problem, Suitable helps universities to integrate their career development efforts into the entire student journey starting day one freshman year.
Schools tailor a set of core competencies using the NACE Career Readiness Competencies as a starting point that eventually serve as a foundation for the student development.
Register for this webinar to see how other schools have successfully integrated career development into the entire student lifecycle.
Tuesday, December 10 12:00PM-1:00PM
See how other schools have successfully integrated career development for college students into the entire student lifecycle.
VP of University Partnerships, Suitable