Seven Reasons Why HBCU Presidents Must Support Career Centers
courtesy of HBCU Career Center
courtesy of HBCU Career Center

With commencement season behind us and in light of a recent report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) stating that the unemployment rate for black college graduates is twice as high as that of white college graduates, the HBCU Career Center offers an editorial on the reasons why it is more important than ever that HBCU execs support their campuses’ career centers.

See the full editorial at HBCUCareerCenter.com.

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