Career Center Services
College Career Centers use the WiserU Career System to get their students and graduates into higher-paying career positions and improve their school's overall salary score on the College Scorecard site.
College career centers:
Increase your college’s salary score
on the game-changing College Scorecard
Improve your graduates’ salaries …
with no extra work for you!
With the Federal Government’s new CollegeScorecard.ed.gov site, which compares the salaries of graduates from all universities, colleges are under intense pressure to help their students and graduates succeed. Scoring high on College Scorecard is a major competitive advantage!
WiserU teamed with employers to identify the exact steps to land high-paying career positions. We systematized the process into the groundbreaking WiserU Career System -- 10 web-based video modules, action guides and templates that sets your students and graduates on the path to career success.
Don't leave your students' and graduates' futures to chance! Equip them to succeed with WiserU Career System!
Support your grads NOW! Raise your college salary score!
To provide access to the WiserU Career System to your students and alums, contact WiserU at 847-606-5160 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the WiserU Career System.
Watch These WiserU Career System Introductory Videos for each Module
View individual introductory videos
- Choosing the Job You Want (Getting Started)
- Applying for Positions
- Transforming Your Resume
- Creating Standout Cover Letters, Emails & Samples
- Developing Your LinkedIn Presence
- Enlisting Recruiters in Your Job Search
- Networking Your Way into the Job
- Interviewing with Confidence
- Negotiating Salary
- Excelling on the Job
Why the WiserU Career System ... Why Now?
Colleges are under greater pressure than ever to get heir graduates into higher-paying jobs. College costs continue to rise and graduates face record student loan debt. Expectations are HIGH ... and you have your work cut out for you. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 44% of college graduates under age 27 are unemployed or underemployed, despite the improving economy.
The task of getting your grads into high-paying jobs is urgent due to the Federal Government’s new College Scorecard site.
The College Scorecard site compares U.S. colleges by three factors:
- The price to attend for in-state students, including living expenses, minus net federal grant aid.
- The graduation rate for students within 6 years of enrollment.
- The median salaries for graduates within 10 years of enrollment.
While the first two statistics were already available, the salary-after-attending statistic is new and game-changing.
Since the College Scorecard site is now widely used by prospects to pick their college; it's urgent that you get your college’s salary score higher on College Scorecard. It can mean your prospects choose your college instead of your competition.
Higher salary score = more prospects to your college
SAT "sent" scores are a leading indicator of changes in college prospect behavior … and their behavior is changing. A 10-percent increase in a college’s salary score is already boosting its number of SAT score “sends” by 2.4%, even though College Scorecard’s salary statistics weren’t available until after most students had selected their college for the 2015-2016 school year. The effect of College Scorecard is expected to increase dramatically.
This means your grads’ higher earnings can translate into hundreds more SAT score sends … and applicants. There’s an even greater bump up of SAT score sends with private high school students, Asian and Caucasian prospects.