Effectively Counseling Graduating Students, September 2012

The Career Advisory Board, established by DeVry University, published the research report, Effectively Counseling Graduating Students, based on a survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). The survey of U.S. college career services directors covered concerns, issues and possible responses to the problem of effectively counseling graduating students for entrance into the job market. The NACE/Career Advisory Board survey found that students have a poor understanding of how to properly conduct a successful job search and also lack some of the tools and skills necessary to locate and acquire a job. As a result, an opportunity to increase student use of career center resources emerged from the survey.

To view the press release, executive summary or full research report, please click on the links below.

Effectively Counseling Graduating Students Press Release

Effectively Counseling Graduating Students Executive Summary

Effectively Counseling Graduating Students Report