The profile of today’s college student looks much different than it did decades ago, yet the models of career readiness have remained largely the same.
Face-to-face appointments for résumé critiques and interview practice don’t meet the dynamic needs of today’s students. Because of technological advances, job markets are changing rapidly, making it all the more important for students to become flexible, adaptable workers who are prepared to transition throughout multiple careers.
What do successful models of career services look like? Here’s what I’ve learned at The University of Arizona.