Interview with Lee Svete, Director, van Vlissingen Center for Career & Professional Development at Emory and Henry College

Interview with Lee Svete, Director, van Vlissingen Center for Career & Professional Development at Emory and Henry College
GradLeaders recently interviewed Lee Svete, the Director at the Career and Professional Development Center at Emory and Henry College. We wanted to check in with Lee to better understand how he's building a career center at this liberal arts school. Lee Svete graciously shared his educational and professional background, gave valuable advice to job seeking students, and gave great insight into the problems and solutions of career centers today!…
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Use mobile for timely employment reporting

Use mobile for timely employment reporting
It's that time of the year again. Your students have completed their resume workshops, attended recruiting events, finished interviews, and are now receiving offers from employers. These offers and employment reports are a crucial part of your annual process. But now that offers are rolling in, students may forget about career services. So how can career service offices stay in touch with students and get this critical information in a timely fashion? Go mobile!…
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Infographic: Latest Outcomes Data from New Graduates Across the Country (Summer 2015, 12 months Post Graduation)

This infographic report summarizes the results of over 1,700 direct responses from graduates of the Summer class of 2015 who participated in The Outcomes Survey to report their post-graduation activities. As of 12 months post-graduation, 58% of those respondents who received baccalaureate degrees reported having attained full-time employment as their primary occupational status. An additional 12.3% of baccalaureate respondents reported having attained part-time employment, and another 13.5% had gained admission into an educational program. Taken together, these positive outcomes account for 83.8% of what baccalaureate respondents reported as their primary occupation as of 12 months post-graduation. This indicates a high rate of positive outcomes for the Summer 2015 class; especially considering that only 9.8% of respondents indicated they were unemployed and seeking employment.…
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