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Student attending the Internship Fair 

Career Services

» Launched Jobs4Govs which allows students to post resumes to be reviewed by potential employers

» 160 new employers added to the Jobs4Govs database

» Launched Vault Career Guides, an online career guide database that explains every career option, the amount of education required, best strategies for emerging into the field, median income ranges for various geographic regions as well as expected job growth in each field

» Launched GoinGlobal and InterviewStream software to expand student access to job search resources

» 50% increase in  appointments and walk-in’s from students and alumni from previous fall

» 112% increase in resume/cover letter critiquing from fall 2014

» 80% Increase in employer recruitment emails from previous fall

» Redesigned the Career Services Website to include information for special populations, additional resources for all students, updated services and mission statement page, updated  employment disclaimer for students, and an employer sponsorship page

» 200% increase in campus presentations — to address student survey respondents unfamiliar with office and services from previous year

» Partnered with Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council to host a Japanese Business Protocol Seminar for APSU students, alumni and Clarksville Montgomery County community members

» Partnered with FP International manufacturing to provide co-ops for Engineering Technology majors and to collaborate with faculty for Engineering Technology capstone courses

» Following staff presentations, students surveyed were able to:

 

CAREER SERVICES IMPACT

543
Number of students who received individual career counseling including Career Assessments, Internship/Job Searches and Career Exploration
413
Number of full-time jobs posted
412
Number of students who attended the first National Career Development Week
199
Number of academic internships posted
160
Number ofnew employers added to the Jobs4Govs database
112%
Number ofincrease in resume/cover letter critiquing from fall 2014