3 Organizations Setting the Bar in Hiring Employees with Autism

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People with autism are “an untapped reservoir of talent” according to An Employer’s Guide to Managing Professionals on the Autism Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017). While the range and severity of autism symptoms can vary widely, people with the disorder …

By Beth Wade
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Faculty Tips for Integrating Career Development into the Classroom

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Integrating career development into the classroom is a great way to ensure students see the connections between coursework and their future career or continuing education goals.  According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), or Higher Education, Below …

By Jane Mall
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Interested in Interning at Arrow Electronics? Meet Alejandra Martinez, Graduate Arrow Fellow!

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Alejandra Martinez is a 2nd year graduate student in the Morgridge College of Education, and was recently hired as the Graduate Arrow Fellow in Career & Professional Development.  She is passionate about creating pathways for all students, but especially students …

By Andrew Gupton
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Faculty Tips – Integrating Transferable Skills into Syllabus Learning Outcomes

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Faculty are in a great position to link classroom learning to posts-graduation goals to help students see the value of their major coursework and common curriculum requirements. Writing, research, verbal communication, critical thinking, and data analysis are just a few …

By Jane Mall
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Meet Beth! A First Generation Student & Career Advisor

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Beth is one of the newest additions to the Career and Professional Development team! She was kind enough to share her advice and experiences as a first generation undergraduate student.

 Tell us a bit about yourself.

 I am …

By Chloe Theobald
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