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Helping Students Prepare For Real World

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Helping Students Prepare For Real World

A criticism aimed at universities is that they don’t prepare their students for real world jobs when they graduate. South Dakota State University President Dr. David Chicoine says they have heard that, and taken steps to address it as students come out of high school…

Chicoine says they have added programs to help students find career directions earlier in their college term…

Chicoine says they have also expanded the role of the on campus career center…

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