The Career Center has resources for your students.
Employers need workers that have career readiness competencies. A study by Deloitte Consulting in 2017 found that mature companies are allotting an average of 40% of their hiring criterion to soft skills. The classroom can be a place to model and relay competencies. Students are increasingly likely to be assessed for them. Employers are using job simulations, cognitive tests, and AI-based video interviews to score job candidates’ competencies before selecting them for positions.
Faculty can help students to build language about themselves by mapping the learning outcomes of the classroom into competencies and skills.
From their first semester in NDMU 100, students take career development actions. While they are here, students can:
We value your involvement in the career center. If you would like to use our resources in some way, use this form to tell us your need.
Don’t cancel class. Make a sub request of the Career Center. We’ll fill in.