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Melissa Ezarik

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Colleges are promoting their online education programs, particularly as many Americans are out of work. Photo by BRUNO CERVERA on Unsplash
University of Kentucky's Adulting 101 course begins June 16.
Hampshire College's faculty union agreed to a salary reduction as a way to avoid layoffs.
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Networking groups help Beloit College graduates find their pathway during a harsh job market.
New York Tech’s new Virtual Education program is helping educators face the technical and pedagogical challenges of e-learning.
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Some companies are automatically converting in-person internships into remote experiences, but career services teams often have to reach out to company partners directly about the possibility. Photo by Mimi Thian on Unsplash
Some career services teams are surveying students about the services they need most. Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash
Campus career services teams are supporting students from afar. Photo by Saulo Mohana on Unsplash
Future teachers at University of Houston got to experience a virtual job fair with local school districts participating.
Transforming an in-person event such as an etiquette dinner into a virtual event required out-of-the-box thinking by Albright College's career services team.
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Pepperdine University's virtual campus tour features 360-degree photos, one feature of top-tier tours.
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Former First Lady Michelle Obama, a notable speaker at the 2018 Simmons Leadership Conference, spoke with Simmons University President Helen Drinan on stage. Photo: Lisa Cohen