Our mission at CCWT is to generate evidence, educational programs, and research tools that promote the career development and wellness of students as they seek post-graduate success. In this work we center and amplify the voices and interests of all students, especially those historically marginalized in higher education and the labor market, with the aim to facilitate institutional and societal change.
64% of students who did not take an internship had desired to do so but could not due to scheduling conflicts with work, insufficient pay, and lack of placements in their disciplines.
A longitudinal mixed-methods study at 14 campuses across the nation, exploring the impacts of specific features of internships on student success and issues with access/equity
The Networks and Cultural Assets (NCA) project documents career-related networks and community cultural wealth of students of color to inform campus outreach and student services
Our work on career readiness aims to help institutions strategize how to embed a culturally responsive focus on skills and career preparedness throughout a student’s entire college experiences
News and Events
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See photo highlights from CCWT’s 2023 Fall Conference!
An article in The Washington Post on 6/22/23, “Unpaid internships have been criticized for years. Why are they still around?“ quotes CCWT Director Matthew T. Hora and findings from the CCWT’s research.
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