• Career Services

Addressing Openness, Gender Inclusivity in Career Services

Whether it’s implementing new technology, creating more opportunity through internal internship programs or establishing committed partnerships with employers, career services professionals are taking every initiative to best prepare students for satisfactory, fulfilling careers post graduation. As professionals continue to revolutionize career services best practices, the next step is making career services and recruiting more inclusive [...]

  • Recruiting

Applying Emotional Intelligence to Recruiting and Job Search

Amidst a rapidly advancing era of technology, it’s estimated that 65 percent of today’s students will be employed in jobs that don’t yet exist. In response, institutions are focusing on developing core competencies in students to prepare them for the future of the workforce, as graduates must increasingly be able to demonstrate a degree of [...]

  • First-Year Mentoring

Retaining, Engaging & Mentoring First-Year Students

While institutions will largely focus on their admission process by investing in marketing strategies that will convince incoming students to enroll and attend, some of those efforts can fall short when colleges don’t also invest in the retention of their first-year students through mentoring or career services. In fact, as many as one in three [...]

February 9th, 2017|Categories: Career Services, Mentoring, Student Retention|Tags: , , |
  • Management Mentors

How Management Mentors Utilizes Business’s Biggest Asset

When a company is looking for ways to improve talent retention and strengthen its workforce, it seeks out Management Mentors, a company based outside of Boston that’s been dedicated to corporate mentoring best practices for over 20 years. In fact, CitiGroup, The New York Times, FedEx, TJ Maxx and Enterprise are only a few of [...]