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Dynamic, customized, integrative web platform to support students' career-readiness (renewal)
Career & Internship Center
Eighty-four percent of incoming freshmen across the country indicate that “being able to get a better job” is “very important” in their decision to go to college. Preparing UW Seattle’s 48,582 students to be career-ready is an important and substantial undertaking that requires the involvement and collaboration of different stakeholders both inside and outside the university (https://careers.uw.edu/elevating-career/). Furthermore, to ensure that students of different backgrounds, academic interests, and learning styles have equitable access to career preparation, critical resources should be provided in a variety of media and available online 24/7. In this proposal, we’re asking the Student Tech Fee Committee to renew the funding provided last year so we can continue providing access to a dynamic, customized career development web platform that integrates relevant information from academics, co-curriculars, alumni, employers, and labor market specialists.
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