• ASU+GSV

ASU+GSV 2017: How Do We Attract, Retain and Empower Talent?

CampusTap had the privilege of attending last week’s ASU+GSV Summit in Salt Lake City. The summit brought together world leaders in innovation in the education, venture capitalism, talent development and technology spaces. Having access to a group of influencers that included the likes of GSV Founder Michael Moe, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, Summit Public Schools [...]

  • NEBHE Women in Tech

NEBHE 2016 Talent 4.0 Highlights and Insights

During the New England Board of Higher Education’s (NEBHE) 2016 conference “Talent 4.0: How Employable Are New England's College Graduates and What Can Higher Education Do About It?,” 300 experts in higher education, employment and workforce development gathered to discuss the ways in which colleges and universities can best prepare their students for employability. CampusTap [...]

  • Cornell Entrepreneurs

Leveraging Alumni Mentors for Young Entrepreneurs

Degree offerings in entrepreneurship have increased five times in the last 40 years in response to the growing number of students attending college with the goal of starting their own business and becoming entrepreneurs. However, experiential learning is just as important for students’ entrepreneurial career pursuits as it is for their peers seeking a job in [...]

  • liberty-mutual

CampusTap Company Series: Liberty Mutual Insurance

As part of CampusTap’s commitment to facilitating meaningful connections, resources and experiences that will impact students' success during and after college, we've identified top companies around the country offering unparalleled experiential learning and career development opportunities for current college students and young graduates. First up in CampusTap’s Company Series is Liberty Mutual Insurance, a Fortune 100 company [...]

  • Internship

Why I Took an Internship at CampusTap in High School

Every year, college students seek internships as a way to apply their college education to real-world career experience. However, it is uncommon for a high school student to seek out similar opportunities. Even though it was considered unusual, I didn’t feel uncomfortable applying. Looking back as a rising freshman at Suffolk University, I am extremely [...]

  • UC Berkeley international students

How International Students Can Obtain Internships

While international students may find it more difficult to find an internship in the United States during their higher education experience than their American counterparts, that doesn’t reduce its role as an integral component of their experiential learning. In fact, a Chronicle of Higher Education survey demonstrates that internships and employment during college are the [...]

  • TEAN Study Abroad

Marketing the Value of Study Abroad Experiences

Many people don’t realize that only one percent of students study abroad. However, those students are twice as likely to find employment within a year after graduation and have a 25 percent higher average starting salary than students who don’t study abroad. Additionally, 50 percent of employers feel study abroad experience is valuable to an [...]

  • Kevin Fallon

#EACE16 Trends: Career Services’ Ever-Evolving Impact

Salisbury University Director of Career Services Kevin Fallon lead a breakout session at this year’s EACE Conference covering the technological and cultural shifts impacting career services and campus recruiting, and how colleges and universities can best prepare students for the post-college transition. In “Keeping Up With The Dramatic Changes in Campus Recruiting and Career Services,” [...]

  • UMass Lowell Co-op Program

Behind UMass Lowell’s Thriving Co-op Program (Part 3)

As part of CampusTap’s coverage of the NACE 2016 Conference & Expo, the following is part three in a three-part series detailing the development of University of Massachusetts Lowell’s co-op program. You can read part one and part two here. During the NACE 2016 Conference & Expo, Rae Perry, director of Cooperative Education, and Diane [...]

  • UMass Lowell Co-op Program

Behind UMass Lowell’s Thriving Co-op Program (Part 2)

As part of CampusTap’s coverage of the NACE 2016 Conference & Expo, the following is part two in a three-part series detailing the development of University of Massachusetts Lowell’s co-op program. You can read part one here and part three here. During the NACE 2016 Conference & Expo, Rae Perry, director of Cooperative Education, and Diane [...]