March 2012 Issue
College to Career
Consider the services offered by placement offices when searching for the right fit.
As they look for the place where they’ll continue their education, high school students can get caught up in the front-end business of the search: admission requirements, campus amenities, housing and financial aid. The back-end business of transitioning to the world of work often gets short shrift in the selection process.
In these times of escalating tuition, it’s critical to evaluate college placement offices (a.k.a. career services offices) before signing on the dotted line. Ohio Magazine
asked career services office (CSO) professionals from around the state what to look for and what they would want to know before sending their son or daughter off on a college tour. To read more, click here to subscribe. >>