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Tag: Career Counseling
Butler’s Data Boot Camp To Teach In-Demand Skills
Butler University Executive Education, which offers certification programs and test preparation for individuals and companies, plans to launch a data analytics boot camp designed to fill the number of job openings within the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
August 22, 2019
Consortium Aims to Enhance Teachers’ Career-Advising Skills
The new Consortium for Instructional Excellence and Career Guidance has been formed to provide faculty members innovative teaching practices that effectively serve the career-development needs of students.
April 9, 2018
Faculty & Staff
MARIA MARTINEZ ITURRIAGA
MARIA MARTINEZ ITURRIAGA has been named executive director of the Berklee College of Music campus in Valencia, Spain. She was associate dean of enrollment and career development at Berklee. Iturriaga earned a bachelor’s from the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música in Spain, a bachelor’s from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, also in Spain, and a master’s from New York University.
May 4, 2016
CTE Students in Arkansas Found to Have Edge
A study shows that students who took more career and technical education courses were slightly more likely to finish high school, attend a two-year college and earn more money.
April 14, 2016
Only Half of U.S. Students Taking ‘College-Ready’ Courses
Only about half of all U.S. high school students actually take the sequence of courses they need to be considered ready for college and careers, according to a new report being released today by the Education Trust.
April 4, 2016
Career Undermatching: The Higher Ed Issue You Need to Know About
Career undermatching describes the phenomenon in which talented, college graduates from low-income families wind up in jobs that don’t match their abilities or ambitions.
March 16, 2016
Black Students Choosing Low-paying Majors
Although African-Americans have increased access to higher education, African-American students tend to choose college majors that don’t pay very much, according to a new Georgetown study released Tuesday.
February 9, 2016
Diverse Conversations: Are Colleges Doing Enough to Close the Achievement Gap?
When it comes to truly closing the achievement gap between students from all life backgrounds, ethnicities and races, P-12 institutions seem to be held to a higher standard than their 13–20 counterparts.
February 8, 2016
Black Academicians Share Advice on How to be Successful in the Academy
Reaching the Mountaintop of the Academy, a new book edited by three prominent education scholars, provides readers with narratives, advice and useful strategies from Black academicians holding distinguished professorships across the nation.
January 24, 2016
Expert: Don’t Get Bogged Down in ‘Hiring Funnel’
Despite the growing number of websites designed to connect college graduates to jobs, job seekers should focus on alternative ways to get in contact with the people who hire and fire.
September 3, 2015
Deal Makes College Possible for Major League Soccer Players
Major League Soccer is striking a multiyear deal with Southern New Hampshire University that will provide full scholarships for players and internship opportunities for the school’s students.
July 30, 2015
Nebraska Nursing Program Gets Diversity Grant
A $665,266 grant should help the University of Nebraska Medical Center attract a more diverse pool of nursing students.
July 22, 2015
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