What ought to the school profession heart seem like on this second of seismic shifts within the job market and the economic system—and rising skepticism of whether or not going to varsity pays off?
Faculties have been rethinking how they supply profession companies, particularly for the reason that pandemic pressured extra companies on-line.
And it seems loads is at stake for schools: In any case, if larger ed is an engine of alternative, it’s not sufficient to only get college students to and thru school. The bridge to a significant profession needs to be there too, and it has to work for the more and more various scholar inhabitants going to varsity.
So what does that seem like?
That’s the query on the coronary heart of a brand new guide, “Mapping the Way forward for Undergraduate Profession Schooling: Equitable Profession Studying, Growth, and Preparation within the New World of Work.”
For this week’s EdSurge Podcast, we talked with the guide’s editors, Melanie Buford, a instructing specialist on the College of Minnesota who helps work with college students on experiential studying applications; and Michael Stebleton, a professor within the Division of Organizational Management, Coverage, and Growth on the College of Minnesota.
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