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KC Spotlight: Student Career Development


Author
Kamilah Allen, Director of Student Career Advising at Northwestern University

Published
July 10, 2018


The goal of the Student Career Development KC is to support the growing need to connect the student affairs profession and practices with the career development outcomes of undergraduate students.  We want to ensure that student affairs educators, in all functional areas, and at all levels, are intentionally helping their students connect co-curricular experiences with career exploration and planning to lead meaningful personal and professional lives.

The Student Career Development Knowledge Community is proud to announce two new awards to recognize the work of student affairs professionals:

Student Career Development Outstanding AVP/Senior Level Student Affairs Professional Award: This award is available to student affairs practitioners, at the senior level, who have demonstrated a strong commitment to intentionally institutionalize career development. 

Student Career Development Champion: This award is available to student affairs practitioners, at any level, or an office/department collaboration, that has demonstrated a strong commitment to intentionally help students connect their co-curricular experiences with career exploration and planning.  Commitment in the form of programming, research, and advising will be considered for this award.

Applications are live; the deadline to apply is the September 28, 2018.


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