Employers are looking for students who are career ready! That means they are looking for certain skills or "competencies" in new college graduates they hire. The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has developed a definition of career readiness and identified eight career readiness competencies.
Get career ready online
Learn more about how you can develop the eight career readiness competencies employers are looking for by watching videos on each competency on Lynda.com. Learn more about using Lynda.com at Career Resources.
Check out this video on what it takes to get career ready by the time you graduate:
Student Success Roadmap
The Student Success Roadmap provides a year-by-year plan to follow while at Mason in order to achieve career success after graduation.