Why career-services professionals must connect business, students

03/25/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

With a sharper focus on outcomes, career-services professionals at colleges and universities must hone their skills at connecting students and jobs, Kevin Grubb, an assistant director in the career center at Villanova University, writes in this commentary. "As a link in the chain that connects education and business, we can play a part in uniting the two parties, leading to unique research, sponsorships of programs and projects, and opportunities to build brands on both sides of the coin," Grubb concludes.

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