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Higher ed is rethinking how to help college students find jobs

Career Centers Stretch to Fill New Roles

In a story about the new model for career centers and how colleges must help students learn to apply what they learn in the real world, Andy Chan, vice president of the Office of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University, describes the new approach to career development as a “movement.” “This is something everyone is trying to figure out and do it well,” he says, “and I think we’ll see lots of innovation in the years ahead.”

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