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The disconnect between college students and their knowledge of the world of work creates barriers to understanding and choosing meaningful careers.
This article describes my entry into the world of harm reduction through an analytical chemistry position with the Vancouver Island Drug Checking Project.
Determining what employers are looking for in recent graduates is of primary concern to college educators of all kinds—faculty, administrators, academic advisors, and career coaches.
We—the field of EL/WIL—are doing nothing more than blurring boundaries, and we are doing so for the common good and in sophisticated ways.
How do we find an effective way to prepare new college students to enter the profession of their choice?
Within cooperative education and work-integrated learning programs, we are hearing about the challenges ahead for students because of the changing nature of work and the 21st century skills gap.
Within the United States, engineering has been labeled as the “last gender-equitable and race-equitable profession”
While it is becoming more well known that candidates should negotiate their job offers, this idea has not translated to students’ pursuing graduate programs.