Your College Does Not Have to Go Out Of Business Like Newspapers Are

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College presidents and the presidents of newspapers around the country have something in common – every week, someone is bringing to their attention that their business model is in jeopardy. In a book I wrote in 2006 (Internet Dough) to … Continue reading

“An Open Letter to College Presidents”, Is BAD News for Career Services

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On an unusually cold April weekend, when I should have been out riding 20 miles on my bike, I ended up settling into a comfortable old leather chair to read a report issued by the National Commission on Higher Education … Continue reading

University of Phoenix Builds College Culture Around Career Exploration & Management

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Revolutionary new career services model will have all 4,000 colleges in the United States, if not all 14,000 colleges worldwide, scrambling to catch up! In my book, The Unemployed Grad, And What Parents Can Do About It, I examined why … Continue reading

Do Careers Get Enough Focus On Your Campus?

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Mandatory participation in groups and activities prevent students from investing time in career planning and management In doing research for my book The Employed Grad, Skills, Knowledge and Information Your Grad Will Need to Get a Job, I spent some time explaining … Continue reading

It Takes a Campus to Build a Successful Career!

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Virtual village of volunteer career support increases retention, graduation rate, and payback of college loans! Some people say, Hillary Clinton’s 1994 book, It Takes a Village, got its name from an African proverb; “It takes a village to raise a … Continue reading

Annual Mentoring Campaign!

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Get more alumni committed and engaged to provide job shadowing opportunities, internships and jobs for students and grads! While watching a TED presentation as I worked out on my Elliptical machine, my mind started to wander (as it frequently does) … Continue reading