Not only is myShortlist the perfect career guide for students, we're also a great partner for universities and colleges. Together, we can help your students prepare for the job market and allow them to make the most of their talents. Moreover, we provide schools and universities with insights and data about readiness and competences of their graduates.
SCHOOLS & UNIVERSITIES
CAREER ORIENTATION TOOL
The platform was specifically designed as a career compass and assistant in one: students simply run through the questionnaires to determine their strengths, career drivers and favored working environment. The tool even compiles a list of job titles that perfectly match their talents, and gives plenty of tips on how to create a captivating CV, how to prepare a job interview and much more.
We are currently offering six workshops, each focusing on one or more specific topics related to the job hunt. Our experienced team of Talent Coaches make sure that every session is the perfect blend of theory and practice.
JOB FAIR SERVICES
Are you organizing a job fair? Give your visitors access to myShortlist and let them experience the benefits of the online orientation platform. After completing the questionnaires all users will receive their personal mindmap, containing an overview of their strengths, interests, career drivers, ideal jobs and favored working environments - perfect to use as a compass during their job fair visit.
Get a short version of one of our workshops at your job fair, hosted by one of our Talent Coaches. Take a look at the section 'Workshops' above for an overview of possible topics.
myShortlist offers universities and colleges the chance to receive the data of their final-year students collected by our platform. You’ll get information on their interests, skills, career drivers, preferred working environment, job suggestions,… Evidently, all data will be anonymized before being shared.
You will gather valuable insights, such as:
which jobs and working environments are most commonly linked with your students’ profiles
where your students shine and which skills need more attention
the general interests of your students
how to better prepare students for the job market.