CIRCA:Preparing for Advocacy

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NACE - National Association of Colleges and Employers
NACE - National Association of Colleges and Employers
* [http://www.naceweb.org/uploadedFiles/NACEWeb/Research/Salary_Survey/Reports/SS_ExecSummary_Sept2012.pdf| NACE Salary Survey September 2012]
* [http://www.naceweb.org/uploadedFiles/NACEWeb/Research/Salary_Survey/Reports/SS_ExecSummary_Sept2012.pdf| NACE Salary Survey September 2012]
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* ''New York Times'' article [http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2011/03/20/career-counselor-bill-gates-or-steve-jobs/your-college-major-matter-less-over-time| "Just Wait 10 Years"]
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* ''New York Times'' article [http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2011/03/20/career-counselor-bill-gates-or-steve-jobs/your-college-major-matter-less-over-time| "Just Wait 10 Years"] - "liberal arts graduates frequently catch or surpass graduates with career-oriented majors in both job quality and compensation"
== Know your audience - who to advocate to ==
== Know your audience - who to advocate to ==
== Frame your message ==
== Frame your message ==
== Ethics around advocacy ==
== Ethics around advocacy ==

Revision as of 21:34, 3 October 2012

Contents

History of the issue of advocacy - why do we need to advocate for the humanities

What the statistics say

NACE - National Association of Colleges and Employers

Know your audience - who to advocate to

Frame your message

Ethics around advocacy

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