7 ways to build a better career launchpad for low-income students
Our mission as college educators is to bring together capable students from a wide variety of backgrounds and equip them with knowledge and skills they need to achieve personal, professional and civic success. However, the post-graduation experience is not always as successful as we wish, especially for first-generation students from low-income backgrounds. National data underscores that, despite their college degrees, this group of students faces a variety of obstacles that slow their professional attainment.
Originally published: January 27, 2020
Author: Adam Weinberg
Institution: Denison University
Published by: Higher Ed Dive