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Mar172014

The New Standards on First Destination Surveys

As most professionals in the career services space are aware, there has never been more focus and attention on post graduation outcomes of new college degree holders.  Students, parents, the media and members of government are increasingly concerned with ROI and the value of a college degree.  NACE, the leading professional organization that includes career services and university recruiting professionals who are dedicated of the employment of the college educated, recently announced new standards on First Destination Surveys that are critical to collecting data on post graduation outcomes.  Dr. Manny Contomanolis is leading the NACE taskforce on this ground breaking work and will continue to oversee the emergence of new best practices in this area.  Read more on the NACE site @  http://www.naceweb.org/Committees/CommitteeDetails.aspx?ID=332

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Nice job, you are doing this in an effective way. As we know education is very essential in every individual's life. Without education we can't achieve our goal. Our dream can get reality through education. There are several types of education present in our country. After this many individuals like to go for training or coaching to increase their performance level.

September 4, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterRicky

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