In a recent radio broadcast by WGBH, Amy Murphy, director of career planning at the College of the Holy Cross, says career planning is designed “to round out [student] academic experience, and support them in finding opportunities to try out the skills they develop in the classroom in a work environment.” She adds that institutions now see career planning as an obligation to their students, rather than the value add-on it was for previous generations.
This “Holy Cross In the News” item by Jacqueline Smith ’15.
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