Resources to empower
Upon the completion of high school, young adults increase their independence and begin to master skills that will help them become productive members of society. During this time they may show an increased interest in their culture, community, social responsibilities and government or politics. They will enter and complete college and/or workforce training with 21st century skills. There will also be an additional exploration of attitudes, values and life possibilities as they move through this age band.
GoGrad discusses graduate school financing and offers strategies to graduate debt-free.
This is a transcript of an interview with Dr. James from Duke University detailing best instructional practices in higher education classes.
This article lists and describes several service opportunities for college graduates.
LiveCareer offers a collection of job seeker-geared articles that provide tips and guidance on resume and cover letter writing, the art of interviewing, and landing the job you want.
This article lists four steps to help college students choose a major that aligns with their interests, values, and skills.
This resource examines how the economy would be stronger if employment were higher, particularly for underrepresented racial, ethnic, and gendered subgroups.
This article provides recommendations to guide students graduate school application process.
Dr. Stephanie Sarkis provides tips for college students to learn how to have a happy and successful college career.
This article is about career development activities, such as internships and volunteering. These experiences are becoming increasingly important for high school students who want to get into better colleges and find future employment.
This article describes how job seekers can prepare through mock interviews.
The Muse highlights a variety of resources from experts related to common career questions.
This article discusses tips for employers to support and train new hires.
This article provides a guide for working graduate students, including information on preparing for graduate school and managing a work-school balance.
In this article, Emily Nickerson offers advice on budgeting for graduate school expenses and provides a calculator to help.
This article provides tips on how to practice for an interview with a trusted friend.
This article is about selecting and applying to colleges and universities to pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.
This brief is the first in a series addressing questions about enrollment and success in graduate school, funding of graduate students, the conceptual differences between undergraduate and graduate students, and the data available to address these questions.
This article discusses alternatives to a four-year college degree.
This article from The Wall Street Journal discusses the benefits of a liberal arts education, which is often associated with self-exploration versus more career-focused majors.
CSU's Graduation Initiative 2025 includes graduate rate targets for students and lists strategies to better serve freshmen and transfer students.
Business school and industry partnerships can support issues companies are currently facing and can better prepare students and faculty to tackle real-world challenges.
This resource details the importance of youth engagement and the positive effects associated with empowering youth to participate in the community.
Entrepreneur, TV host and small business expert Carol Roth shares six ways companies can reach college students.
"Today, content-rich internship experience is expected by employers...", writes Jacquelyn Smith in this article for Forbes. Learn more about what students value from the internship experience.