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Texas Tech University deploys Career Success Program to help students align academic and career planning

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Students are focusing much earlier than before on career readiness, linking career and academic planning, and creating assets that showcase their personal brand and demonstrate employability skills. Data shows students engaging deeply with Career Success Program, progressively developing assets like an elevator pitch, resume, and LinkedIn profile that research shows are linked to interview and hiring opportunities.

What Makes the First- Year Seminar High- Impact? An Exploration of Effective Educational Practices at The University of Tampa

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Dr. Edesa Scarborough and Dr. Chris Maurer
The University of Tampa


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This case study describes the results of a formal assessment of student learning objectives related to college transition, time management, and academic planning, all of which are of critical importance to the success of college students.

Lone Star College-Tomball infuses GRIT to strengthen mindset capabilities and increase persistence and career readiness

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Correlations between GRIT scores and Lone Star KPIs offer evidence that higher GRIT scores are associated with better performance. Preliminary data show slightly higher rates of successful course completion among the “with GRIT” students than those in classes without additional GRIT instruction. Individual educators reported improvements in engagement, persistence, and achievement.

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