• Michelle Obama Celebrates National College Signing Day with the Reach Higher Team

High School Mentoring Leading to ‘Great-Fit’ Colleges

As part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher initiative, there were over 1,000 National College Signing Day events held across the country to celebrate high school seniors pursuing a college degree. While the initiative puts the spotlight on student success, we shouldn’t fail to recognize the role our institutions and teachers play in getting students [...]

April 28th, 2016|Categories: Alumni Mentoring, Career Advice, Career Development|Tags: , |
  • ASU GSV Summit Panel: EmploymentTech for All — A Conversation between Tech CEOs and Workforce Development Leaders

ASU GSV Summit Takeaways: EdTech & the Human Element

While the annual ASU GSV Summit is a must-attend event for anyone interested in the latest innovations in education technology, we noticed an underlying theme — education technology relies heavily on the human element. During the panel discussion “EmploymentTech for All — A Conversation Between Tech CEOs and Workforce Development Leaders,” executives from LearnUp, Cognotion [...]

  • Alumni Mentor Meeting

Defining Meaningful Careers with the Help of Alumni Mentors

In the last five years, 60 percent of millennials left their jobs as many as four times, and obtaining an increased salary was the least motivating factor. While students enter college to find their career path, upon graduating, many abandon their original ambitions for various reasons — whether it’s the need for financial security or uncertainty [...]

  • Alumni Mentors Remy Carpinito CEO CampusTap

Meet our Leaders: How Alumni Mentors Led to CampusTap

Providing college students access to alumni mentors and opportunities tailored to their unique areas of interest is half of what Remy Carpinito, founder and CEO of CampusTap, strives for. Ensuring college and university administrators have prompt access to this student data in order to help them advance their career development is the other half. Considering [...]