If you’ve dedicated your career to advising students about their studies and careers, chances are, you’re truly invested in their success. We know that every career services center wants to help its students graduate and make successful contributions to the
The “wait to fail” approach in reading education was tragic, but it’s now the norm in college counseling. Learn about the history and what to do about it.
Making career and vocational advising a vital, integrated part of the college curriculum could benefit your students from early on.
We see startling statistics every day such as less than 50% of college students will complete college with their degree. That means that the other half will drop out. Probably with large loan debts. But even backtracking a bit…do you
College students need and want the skills and knowledge to succeed in the workplace, yet they often avoid career centers. Why is that?
Educators often use “retention” and “persistence” interchangeably to describe student success, but this isn’t completely accurate.
Retention rates often ignore transfer students when considering student success. Learn why this happens and find out how VitaNavis can help transfer students excel.
Many schools use retention to measure student success, but these practices can be harmful to students. The Myers-Briggs Company explains why and how VitaNavis can help.
During this week’s ASU-GSV conference, held in San Diego, CA, The Myers-Briggs Company Innovation Labs and Cajon Valley Unified School District announced an exciting new World of Work (WOW) partnership aimed at engaging K-12 students, teachers, and parents in the WOW
Seemingly thriving students often drop out of college. Why? Here’s what retention-based practices miss when it comes to ensuring student engagement and persistence.