We engage with students and employers to offer a variety of opportunities both on and off campus that will serve a college students’ ever-changing schedule, and provide necessary employment skill development. We also process I-9 and W-4 verification for student employment on-campus.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) serves as a benchmark for Career Services and provides research on employers, employment trends, and best practices. NACE’s core competencies are skills employers believe college students should develop throughout their academic career. Below are the current top 4 competencies to consider. For more information on professional competencies, contact Career Services.
Listen to the full problem. Acknowledge challenges. Identify multiple solutions. Execute and follow up.
Work successfully with others toward a common goal. Understand the value and process of compromise.
Avoid acronyms and slang. Grammar and spell check, twice. Ask to have a professional give you feedback on correspondence to help you learn their culture. Listen, process, and react with kindness and respect.