Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions
Conducting applied research that promotes the academic and career success of all students – regardless of race/ethnicity, identity, socio-economic status, or access to social capital – as they transition from college to the workforce.
The mission of the Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions (CCWT) is to conduct and support research, critical policy analysis, and public dialogue on student experiences with the transition from college to the workforce in order to inform policies, programs, and practices that promote academic and career success for all learners.
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 NSCI provides campuses with detailed, robust insights on students experiences with their internship programs
NACA is an applied research and technical assistance project designed to document career-related networks and community cultural wealth of college students of color
Tuned In Labs is a research-based, student-led series of workshops designed to support the well-being and mental health of college students of color
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