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By Adam Crick in posted: May, 23rd 2018

Working with Databases, Reports, Dashboard, and Infographics: Lessons from Georgia Tech

In this increasingly data-driven age, university career centers must rely on data and metrics to assess and evaluate all our activities and actions (NACE, 2015). For career services professionals in higher education, learning the proper skills to organize, sort, interpret, analyze, and present their data is crucial to apply evidence-based decision making and create a […]


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By Cristina Restrepo in posted: Feb, 2nd 2018

The Busy Professional’s Guide to Saving Time: Effective Customization of Employer-Facing Forms

Do you find that you waste a great deal of time following up with employers just to get one more piece of information? Or maybe you receive emails from employers who are confused or frustrated that they followed the registration process, agreed to your policies and posted their job, only to find out that their […]


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By Cristina Restrepo in posted: Oct, 25th 2017

Customizing your CSM system: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices

Our webinar with Beth Chancy, Assistant Director in the Office of Alumni and Career Services, highlights how Richmond University customized its system to maximize efficiency in the office and empower staff members to provide top-notch career services. Additional Resources Customizing your CSM system: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices (PDF)


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By Cristina Restrepo in posted: Oct, 2nd 2017

Investment in Assessment: How Students Intern and Learn

Our webinar with Amy Morrill Bijeau, Associate Director of Career and Internship Advising at American University, highlights how the School of Professional & Extended Studies (SPExS) uses employer and student self-assessments to track how well students are developing valuable professional skills. Additional Resources Investment in Assessment (PDF) 5 Steps to Find an Internship Experiential Learning […]


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