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Projects & internships for student employability

Higher Education Whisperer

I will be speaking on "Projects & internships for student employability" at 9:40am 25 August 2023 of EduTECH, in Melbourne. Comments and suggestions would be welcome.

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UC Working Group to Explore Undocumented Student Employment

Confessions of a Community College Dean

UC Working Group to Explore Undocumented Student Employment Johanna Alonso Fri, 05/19/2023 - 12:00 AM


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Webinar: Well-intended Expectations, Unintended Consequences: Exploring Black RA Experiences at PWIs [Webinar Recording]


Student employment is a growing trend, with over half of college students working while attending school. While some studies highlight the benefits of the RA role, this session will explore nuances of Black RAs experience regarding expectations and work functions.

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The Role of Higher Education in Supporting High School Students' Pathway to Industry Recognized Credentials

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

By collaborating with industry professionals and employers, these institutions can develop programs that provide students with hands-on experience, relevant skills, and recognized credentials. In addition to specialized programs, higher education institutions can provide mentorship, career guidance, and counseling services.

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Symplicity welcomes back NZUni Talent as a partner


Symplicity® Corporation , the global leader in student employability, wellness, and success, welcomes back New Zealand Uni Talent , the network of all eight New Zealand Universities, and looks forward to supporting and collaborating with them once again in providing opportunities for students to engage with employers.

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How the pandemic has changed graduate recruitment: Preparing students for a changed & changing landscape

Teaching Matters Student Employment

Lucy Everett, Employer Engagement manager at the Careers Service, offers an overview of how the COVID-19 pandemic has utterly transformed the relationship between students, employers, and careers services. This post is part of the Learning & Teaching Enhancement Series: Careers and Employability.

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Life Design: Connecting students to their future

Teaching Matters Student Employment

Dr Sharon Maguire, a Careers & Employability Manager at The University of Edinburgh, proposes the “creative, iterative, human-centered, problem-solving methodology” of Life Design as an answer to urgent questions of student employability, curriculum transformation, and the future of work. We see […].