Job placement after graduation is an important measure of success for universities. As a result, schools are under increasing pressure to provide valuable opportunities that give students a competitive edge in the job market. With career mentoring, students are paired with a professional in their field of interest. In this engaging learning environment, students get academic and career advice, learn about potential career paths, and build career networking skills.
With career mentoring, you can:
57% of students wish their schools offered more networking opportunities.
– Millennial Branding
Universities must comply with strict regulations when handling student data. Chronus’ secure, private environment lets administrators control access and information sharing so that no one’s privacy is compromised.
University mentoring is a proven way to combat student attrition and enable student success. First, you must learn to understand the modern student.
Leeds School of Business sought to run multiple mentoring programs for students and alumni, but manual management slowed them down. Until they found a new way.
Not every mentoring program needs software, but as your program evolves, you’ll likely encounter mentoring program growing pains that software can soothe.