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    State of HBCU Career Centers

    If developed and used strategically, college career centers can play a pivotal role to attract, retain and successfully graduate the new professionals needed to #ReSkillAmerica.

    HBCU career centers, like most other college career centers, are often underfunded, understaffed and struggle to meet the needs of constituents. All this, at a time when employers are seeking competitive college graduates who are professionally prepared and able to hit the ground running.

    This State of HBCU Career Centers Survey aggregates the responses from 33 colleges and universities.

    State of HBCU Career Centers

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    2013 State of HBCU Career Centers