Career Readiness Competencies

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) regularly partners with employers to identify and share the core competencies that play a key role in preparing college students for success in the workplace. These career readiness competencies offer guidance on the skills essential to launching a successful career, regardless of a student’s field of study.

Learn more about how NACE develops its career readiness competencies on its website, where you can download a full overview and report. The below summaries are reprinted courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers. 

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26%

Bachelor's degree graduates continue education.

 

76%

Undergraduate students complete an internship.

 

94%

Bachelor's degree graduates work or continue education.

*Data Source: Post-graduation outcomes and experiences of spring & summer bachelor’s degree recipients (2018- 2021).