Centenary continues national career mobility survey for alumni

SHREVEPORT, LA — Centenary is continuing a partnership launched in 2021 with the Career Leadership Collective, a higher education solutions group, to conduct a national online survey to collect career pathway data from alumni. The College’s second cycle of the National Alumni Career Mobility Survey (NACM) will be open from August 15, 2022, through November 15, 2022, seeking career satisfaction and insights from college and university alumni who completed their degree in calendar years 2012 and 2017.

“The people and relationships built at Centenary are so important and we are excited to hear back from students who graduated ten years ago,” said Lauren Hawkins, a member of the Centenary class of 2012 and current director of admission at the College. “The feedback we receive will help us better serve our current students as well as help prospective students see the concrete ways that Centenary can prepare them for successful and fulfilling careers.”

The data collected by this survey will be used to help Centenary better understand graduates’ professional pathways and prepare future alumni for continued and improved career success. The College’s inaugural NACM survey in 2021 surveyed the classes of 2011 and 2016 and found that 83% of graduates feel that their Centenary degree helped them launch their career. The College will continue to annually survey graduates at the five and ten year post-graduation mark.

Students who graduated in 2012 and 2017 will be contacted via email with a link to the online survey.

About the Career Leadership Collective

The Career Leadership Collective is a higher education solutions group that provides advisory and data services to assist campuses in building capacity around career development effectiveness. The National Alumni Career Mobility Survey is their signature survey.


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