At a time when new data shows that recent college graduates are more likely to be unemployed than other workers, higher-ed institutions have had to step up their career services to integrate them more prominently throughout the university ecosystem.

How can academia support post-graduate goals at a time when more Americans than ever are skeptical that a bachelor’s degree offers success in the job market?

Join The Chronicle on Tuesday, March 26 at 2 p.m. ET for a virtual forum exploring how institutions are modernizing career services for success in today’s market.


Scott Carlson

Senior Writer
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Kim Heitzenrater

Associate Dean, Career Readiness and Student Success,
Sewanee, The University of the South

Joslyn Johnson

Assistant Dean of Student Development and Career Initiatives
University of Michigan

Jeremy Podany

The Career Leadership Collective


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