National Alumni Career Mobility Survey seeks insights from 2009 and 2014 Bachelor Degree Alumni

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U.S. college and university alumni who received a bachelor’s degree in 2014 or 2009 are invited to provide their insights on how colleges can better prepare students for their careers by taking the National Alumni Career Mobility Survey.

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We believe every college student should receive intentional career preparation, and that alumni career perspectives should be at the heart of understanding how to provide such preparation.

U.S. college and university alumni who received a bachelor’s degree in 2014 or 2009 are invited to provide their insights on how colleges can better prepare students for their careers by taking the National Alumni Career Mobility Survey.

The NACM survey collects national data about career pathways, career satisfaction, educational satisfaction, and more, in order to help colleges and universities adapt. Survey participants can see comparative data and request access to the full NACM report. The survey does not require participants to provide identifiable information and has no solicitation component.

“We believe every college student should receive intentional career preparation, and that alumni career perspectives should be at the heart of understanding how to provide such preparation,” said Jeremy Podany, CEO of the Career Leadership Collective, and the founder of the NACM survey.

Launched by The Career Leadership Collective, a consulting company that has helped more than 650 colleges and universities better prepare students for careers, The National Alumni Career Mobility Survey serves higher education with information about how they can thoughtfully adapt systems and practices to ensure high quality career preparation for every student.

NACM 2019 is open to all 2009 and 2014 alumni. Colleges and universities who wish to become a NACM partner school in order to better understand their alumni careers, can contact nacm@careerleadershipcollective.com.

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