Inspiring the New Generation
These TED talks are our favourite food for thought for students as they find their place in the world as learners, future workers and global citizens.
Dr. Andreas Schleicher heads the Directorate of Education, Employment and Skills at the OECD. Ahead of his participation at the 2019 Career Services Day, we asked him 3 key questions about the future of career guidance in Europe.
On June 25th and 26th, we are excited to gather over 15 speakers and more than 150 career services professionals from 13 countries who will share proven best practices, network, and collaborate with each other to propel the industry into the future.
Our survey results on the aspirations and fears of the new generation when faced with the future of work - and how we can better support them.
Jérémy Lamri, Director of Innovation, Research & Future Development at JobTeaser, founder of Lab RH and Monkey tie, answered our questions on the HR innovations he sees as essential, the skills that will be vital in future and his vision for a universal career journey.
Adrien Ledoux, CEO of JobTeaser, on the importance of a student-university-employer ecosystem to prepare the new generation for the future of work.
We spoke with Andrew Whitmore, a Senior Careers Manager at the University of Manchester, about how University Career Services support students from disadvantaged backgrounds
The profound societal transformations of recent years require us to revisit our definitions of "skills", "performance", and even intelligence, argues Jérémy Lamri his latest book.
Learn all you need to know about the University of York's one-of-a-kind employability initiative, the York Strengths Programme.
Here are our best tips to set up a career services department when starting from scratch and up to an advanced level.
Here are our tips to get your message across to first-year students and other students at the beginning of a new term.
Having students come to you is a whole challenge of its own: here are our tips to make your career services department popular among students.