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The University of Kansas Employability Curriculum

The world economy is in significant transition. Colleges and universities are searching for the best ways to evolve and meet the traditional obligations of teaching, research and service.  Students, as well as governmental and business leaders, are looking to leverage higher education to achieve career and economic success.

Taking into consideration these and other factors, an Employability Curriculum specific to students of The University of Kansas was developed to position students for success in the global workforce and contribute to a strong American economy. The Employability Curriculum (pdf) is based on seven dimensions of employability: Academic Learning, Experiential Learning, Career Maturity, Professional Skills, Career Management, Meaningful Connections, and Global Perspective.

University Career Center
6th in the nation for its social media presence in 2013 —JobBrander.com
Winner of the 2013 Innovation Excellence Award in Research —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2009 National Chevron Award winner for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2010 National Chevron Award finalist for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
Professional Clothing Closet won Service Program of the Year —2011-12 Jayhawk Choice Awards
More than 500 students enroll in career classes annually
Each year more than 7,500 jobs and 1,400 internships are posted in KU Career Connections
University Career Center hosts eight career fairs each year
More than 360 organizations attended University Career Center career fairs the past academic year
More than 10,000 students attended University Career Center workshops in 2012-13