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By Adam Crick in Advising, Career Services, CSM, Experiential Learning posted: Aug, 29th 2018

How Career Services Departments can Engage Students

Career services departments are always looking for new ways to engage students. Unfortunately opening your doors during regular business hours is not enough to engage the majority of them. Traditional methods don’t work as effectively as they used to. It’s important to provide your students with the right tools and easily accessible resources. Your office should be […]


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By Nicholas Standage in Announcements, Career Services, CSM, Experiential Learning, Webinars posted: Aug, 23rd 2018

Symplicity CSM Introduces Pathways

The world’s most powerful employability solution now includes a custom workflow module for defining career plans. The Pathways module has been designed to boost student engagement, allow Career advisors to set up structured paths for student skill development, and easily measure the success of these plans. Through conversations with our clients around the world, we […]


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By Cristina Restrepo in Best Practices, Student Conduct posted: Aug, 10th 2018

Symplicity Advocate Client Advisory Meeting Recap

A couple of weeks ago we hosted the first Symplicity Advocate Client Advisory Meeting at our headquarters in Arlington, VA. We were joined by 10 representatives from our client institutions including Duke University, SUNY Albany, West Virginia University, as well as remote attendees from UC Berkeley and Illinois State University. The event provided our clients […]


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By Adam Crick in Advising, Disability Services posted: Aug, 2nd 2018

Symplicity Accommodate Clients Take a Proactive Stance on Diversity and Inclusion

A handful of Symplicity Accommodate clients have shown their commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive learning environment by signing The CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ pledge. This CEO-driven business commitment is intended to advance diversity and inclusion and is motivated by the fact that change starts at the top. CEOs from Lehigh University, William […]


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