Career services offices play a critical role in preparing students for life after college; however, only 17% of recent graduates believe their career services office was helpful (Gallup-Purdue Index, 2016). Reports suggest that career-services experiences do not vary by type of institution, and graduates with engineering (62%) and business (58%) degrees are most likely to have visited their career services office. University career centers today are challenged with engaging more “modern students,” or students who are traditionally underserved by career services.
Our latest CSM update, Symplicity Curated Job Feed, reflects feedback from universities and students in our client community, who want to diversify the types of opportunities posted on their school’s career center job board. Symplicity Curated Job Feed is a new job feed service that we’ve created exclusively to drive thousands of new jobs from across the United States to our U.S. undergraduate career center clients.
Join us on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 for a webinar with our Product Management team to learn more about our latest product update and how it will bring more relevant opportunities to your institution.
Topics will include:
Technical overview of Symplicity Curated Job Feed
Instructions for opting in for the new job feed service for CSM
Best practices for reviewing and approving weekly curated jobs
Q&A with Janet Sun, VP of Product, and Scott Bowers, Product Manager