It takes a village to help grads transition from college to their careers!
Students & Grads
Two million grads enter the employment market each year competing for a limited number of jobs. Students and grads gain access to 36 hours of tips, skills, and strategies needed to launch their careers.
Research by NACE suggests 61 percent of graduating seniors will either NEVER visit the career center or only visit once or twice. Contact us to learn how your career center can participate in the Grad CareerFestival.
Studies show 58 percent of grads blamed their alma mater for NOT preparing them for their first professional job search. Contact us t learn how your alumni association can give grads a free ticket to the 36 hour conference as a graduation present to show grads their alma mater is committed to their careers.
The vast majority of students and grads have not invested time to learn the fundamental skills and knowledge they will need to launch their careers. We'd like to share your experience and knowledge with them.
One of our primary goals of producing the Grad CareerFestival is to encourage students and grads to gain an understanding of the benefits a career coach can provide them. Contact us to learn how you can provide free tickets to the Grad CareerFestival to your clients.
You've invested a family fortune to ensure your son or daughter made it to graduation day. Contact your college career center or alumni association to see if they are signed up to provide their grads a free ticket to the Grad CareerFestival.
The Career Speaker Series features weekly career lectures by the world's top career authors. Watch for emails each month that will identify the four upcoming speakers who will offer tips, skills, and strategies to help you launch your career!
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