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Future Trends in Career Services in Higher Education Institu
Transcript of Future Trends in Career Services in Higher Education Institu
Place Graduates into Jobs?
Counsel Students in their Job Searches?
Instill Information Management Skills that will Allow them to Network into the Workforce?
5 Most Significant Issues Facing Career Centers
A Brief History of Career Centers
(The Career Center Paradigm Model by Casella)
Vocational Guidance (1900-1920)
Early Years (20’s & 30’s): Teacher Institutions
World War II (40’s and 50’s): Educated Servicemen
Boomers (60’s & 70’s & 80’s): Competitive Market
Technology (90’s & 2000’s): Comprehensive Services
Trends in Career Services
Two New Paradigms (2010 National Association of Colleges and Employers Innovation Excellence Award to Dey and Real)
1-Elevating Career Centers by Giving More Recognition to Leadership
2-Greater Visibility, Accountability, and Resources
3-Serving to “Build Connections”
4-Alignment with University’s Strategic Goals
6-Using Social Media for Engagement
7-Using Technology for Service Delivery and Connectivity
8-Developing a More International Approach
9-Applying Science to the World of Careers
Reshaping Outreach and Service Delivery
STUDENT TO STAFF RATIOS
Challenges to Service Delivery
STUDENT GENERATIONAL CHANGES
Shifts in Service Delivery Expectations
Diversity of Constituents
Future Trends in Career Services in Higher Education Institutions
Looking to Tomorrow
Which career services will survive?
The career centers that can:
flexibly adapt to global demands
envision a new future
persuade upper management for more resources
transform the way they engage with constituents
collaborate with campus partnerships
convince alumni to give back to their community
HOW DO WE ADD VALUE TO THE CAREER SERVICES GIVEN AT HIGHER ED INSTITUTIONS?
Question: What are the emerging trends, their impact on career services in higher ed institutions and their future implications?
The Social Networking Paradigm (2000-2009)
Global Networking Paradigm
Virtual services, networking at a global scale