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Mandatory Job Training for Bowdoin Students

At Bowdoin College, sophomores are required to attend a job-training “boot camp,” which gives them skills, career options and peace of mind.

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Positive Partnership: Creating a Nuclear Engineering Talent Pipeline

Tennessee Tech University established a partnership with a local environmental cleanup organization focused on career-readiness for engineering students to work in eastern Tennessee.

Several people stand around the career center at High Point University, which is adorned with photos of alumni.

Career Centers Get a Makeover

As institutions place more focus on guiding students toward the best possible postgraduation outcomes, career services offices are getting extra funding and attention, data show.

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Program Innovation: Accessible, Paid Experiential Learning With Local Businesses

The University of Texas at San Antonio’s experiential learning program partners students from various majors with local businesses to help find solutions to real-world issues.

A student writes on a protest sign. Behind her, a student writes on a sign that says "opportunity for all" in blue letters.

Undocumented and Unemployed

A group of undocumented students and legal scholars are arguing that the University of California system legally can and should employ these students on their campuses.

A UW Milwaukee student intern wearing a hard hat and hold equipment during an internship at a drink company

Universities Foot the Bill for Paid Internships

To capitalize on the benefits of paid internships, two university systems have created funds to support students who might not otherwise seek such opportunities.

New York social work students hold up signs asking their universities to compensate them for fieldwork.

Seeking Payment for Social Work Internships

Students at 30 institutions are asking for compensation for their internships, arguing that the unpaid work causes distress and even prevents some from finishing their degrees.

CUNY apprentices smile for a photo holding certificates of completion.

Scaling Up: Increasing Apprenticeship Programs

The City University of New York will add 12 apprenticeship programs to its associate degree programs starting this fall. The additional offerings will support hundreds of students across 10 CUNY colleges.