College graduates are finding it more and more difficult to land the jobs they want after finishing school. Many universities offer career services, but often the resources feel outdated and more hassle than help.
Kibbit is working to change that. We already offer innovative online interview practice tools, but now we're looking for creative ideas about what other tools and resources would help students jump-start meaningful careers either during school, or after they graduate and transition into professional life.
Propose the ideal student career services experience that your classmates would LOVE. this can be in the form of a narrative (like a story), a powerpoint presentation, an infographic, or whatever format you find most compelling to present your ideas. Good solutions should include (but are not limited to):
(1) What of the existing resources (e.g., LinkedIn, University Career Centers, student clubs, resume templates, career counseling) do you love or hate and why?
(2) In an ideal world, what tools and resources would exist and how would you access them (e.g., smartphone, in-person, clubs)?
(3) How would your ideal tools interact with or replace the existing resources? Why is your solution better?
(4) How would you get your friends or classmates to learn about and use your solution?
Top ideas will be specific, creative, relevant to most students, and based on personal experience or observations of the experience of others.
|Top 10 share $500|
|$50.00||Ariah Mackie University of California, Santa Cruz|
|$50.00||Britney Pieta Walden University|
|$50.00||Aleah Bacchus Florida State University|
|$50.00||Alayna Witherow St. John's University|
|$50.00||Terra Wolfe University of South Florida|
|$50.00||Pia Ricca McGill University|
|$50.00||Yang Wang SUNY at Stony Brook|
|$50.00||Joseph Illingworth University of Utah|
|$50.00||Joshua Kinsley norwich|
|$50.00||Brian Van Hooser California State Polytechnic University, Pomona|