Arqus experts discuss today what a great University Career Center should have
The members of the Arqus Task Force 2.12 “Job market transition for inclusive universities” hold today an online staff training event from 13:00 to 15:00 CEST.
During the meeting, they will review and conclude the work developed in the framework of this Task Force on the promotion of inclusion in the labour market. Namely, they will focus on the analysis of the document “Shared Counseling Service”, a guide produced by the members of this Task Force that presents an idealistic version of what a Career Center should include and how it should perform in the most effective way, with a special focus on inclusion. The production of this document was the result of a process of mapping of the current actions undertaken by each university to support and promote inclusion of their vulnerable students in the labour market.
The event will count on the participation of two experts on Career Centers and job market inclusion from the University of Padua.
This activity is organised in the framework of the Arqus Action Line 2, Widening Access, Inclusion and Diversity, chaired by the University of Padua.