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What pain point does Candid Career solve?
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Candid Career provides an extensive video library that can add to your career center’s existing arsenal of career exploration tools or be integrated into presentations, seminars, and other existing services. With the option for school branding, Candid Career also works as a more convenient and effective standalone resource than other career help websites.


Students engage with video content more willingly than print and benefit from 24/7 access to career help through websites available on both phones and desktops. Schools that use Candid Career find that they are able to help students not physically present on campus, including online students, study abroad participants, and alumni. When students ask, "where can I find career information?" Candid Career videos are an excellent place to start.

What do your students think?
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“Fun" and "relatable" are two of the most common ways students describe Candid Career videos. The short video format keeps students engaged, but the content also plays a major role, giving students a unique opportunity to hear from industry professionals around the country. Having a resource where you can find career information directly from those professionals gives students first-hand insight from a reliable source.


Once students are aware of the Candid Career resource, they use it frequently. Schools that track analytics for their online resources find that Candid Career outperforms other online career help websites.


Why choose video?
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Video is an engaging format for college students and any age group today. Short, value-packed interview clips keep students' attention. . Even the busiest student has time to pull up our career help website on their phone or computer and watch a one-minute video. While print materials remain helpful, students need a resource where they can find career information via video, a medium they already consume for both work and pleasure.

What is unique about Candid Career?
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Described as "extremely extensive," Candid Career’s video library gives students the opportunity to explore options they didn't even know existed. All videos are kept current and up-to-date and the library continues to grow. Counselors report that our videos are not "one size fits all," have relevant content for every type of student. Any student can find career information that is useful for their current stage of career exploration.

What is your favorite feature?
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Candid Career users enjoy a variety of features, from our advanced search capabilities to our easy video sharing options. Users have the option to search by keyword and apply filters by topic, major, or career title to find career information related to their area of interest. . Each video also comes with a sharing URL that enables counselors to direct students to specific content or share videos through email. Embedding capabilities take it one step further allowing schools to strategically integrate specific videos on their own websites. Our videos can also be displayed in presentation slides, marketing materials, and shared on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. We also offer a school-branded version of the platform, which counselors report provides a sense of school pride among students and alumni. As far as career help websites go, Candid Career is as unique and effective as they come!

How did you increase usage?
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While students are eager to use Candid Career videos once they are aware of it, our clients increased usage with measures ranging from social media campaigns to tailored web pages with embedded videos. Sharing our career help content on social media, websites and emails is quick and easy. Professors and career center staff can easily integrate relevant videos into lesson plans. Our videos can even supplement an already-robust website or expand on lessons in follow-up emails to students.

Why choose Candid Career?
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Wide audience reach, flexible subscription packages, and quality videos with valuable content are just a few of the reasons clients mention when explaining why our service is a good fit. Students of all types find our video interviews and career advice videos helpful. They can find relevant career information and complete the research on their own terms and at their own pace, making the process convenient and fun. Career counselors appreciate the reinforcement provided by our content and the option to supplement existing career help websites with new fresh media.

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A Path That Fits Abilene Christian University Adams State University Adelphi University American River College Amherst College
Ancilla College Angelo State University Athens State University Auburn University Augsburg College Augusta University
Ball State University Belmont University Bethel University - MN Bemidji State University Berkeley City College Big Shoulders Fund
Boston University Bryant University Butler University California State University (CSU) Long Beach CareerCode CSU Los Angeles
CSU Northridge CSU San Marcos Carroll College Center High School (Center, TX) Central Connecticut State University Central Maine Community College
Central Virginia Community College Champlain College Citrus College Clarion University of Pennsylvania Clayton State University Coastline Community College
College of the Canyons >College of Saint Benedict Colorado College Colorado Mesa University Colorado Mountain College Columbia State Community College
Columbia University Community College Of Rhode Island Concordia College at Moorhead Concordia University Irvine Concordia University Saint Paul Concordia University Texas
Cornell College Creighton University Cypress College Daytona State College Denison University Duquesne University
Drew University East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania Eastern Connecticut State University Ed4Online.com Elon University Emmanuel College
Excelsior College Fort Lewis College Fullerton College Georgia Southern University Georgia State University - Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Gettysburg College
Golden West College Grambling State University Grinnell College Glendale Community College Grand Valley State University Hocking College
Gustavus Adolphus College Gwynedd Mercy University Hagerstown Community College Harvard University Hillsborough Community College Hiram College
Illinois Institute of Technology Indiana State University Indiana Tech Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Indiana University Southeast
Iowa State University - Business School Irvine Valley College John Hopkins University Kansas State University Kalamazoo Valley Community College Lakeville Area Schools
Laney College Lawrence Technological University Lehigh Carbon Community College Lesley University Lewis-Clark State College Lock Haven University
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania Marian University Marist College Marlboro College Metropolitan Community College Metropolitan State University (Minnesota)
Michigan State University Middle Tennessee State University Midwest College Solutions Millersville University Minnesota State University Mankato Monmouth University
Montreat College Mount Aloysius College Mount Holyoke College National Louis University Nazareth College New Jersey Institute of Technology
Oklahoma City University Old Dominion University One-on-One College Consulting Oyster River High School Pacific University Palm Beach State College
Parkland College Pembroke Academy Penn State University Pomona College Portland Community College Presbyterian College
Ramapo College of New Jersey Randolph-Macon College Rider University Rollins College Rowan College at Gloucester County Sacred Heart University
Saint Joseph's College NY Saint Mary's College IN San Diego Mesa College Santa Monica College Say Yes to Education Buffalo Seton Hall University
Simpson College Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania St. Catherine University St. Cloud University St. John Fisher College Stephen F. Austin State University
Strayer University SUNY Binghamton University SUNY Buffalo State SUNY Canton SUNY College at Brockport SUNY College at Geneseo
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred SUNY Farmingdale State College SUNY Fredonia SUNY Morrisville State College SUNY Nassau Community College SUNY Oswego
SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Purchase College SUNY University at Albany SUNY Westchester Community College Syracuse University - College of Law Tallahassee Community College
Temple University Tenably High School Texas A&M University Commerce Texas A&M University Corpus Christi Texas State Technical College System Texas State University San Marcos
The College of Saint Scholastica Thiel College Union College Union County College University of Alabama University of Alabama Birmingham
University of Arkansas University of Colorado Colorado Springs University of Georgia University of Kansas - Engineering Career Center University of Kentucky University of Louisville
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor University of Maryland Eastern Shore University of Maryland - University College University of Massachusetts Amherst University of Miami University of Michigan Flint
University of Minnesota Crookston University of Minnesota Duluth University of Minnesota Morris University of Minnesota Rochester University of Minnesota Twin Cities University of Mississippi
University of Montana University of Nebraska Lincoln University of North Alabama University of North Carolina Wilmington University of Northwestern – St. Paul University of Notre Dame
University of South Alabama University of South Carolina University of South Florida University of Southern California University of St. Thomas (MN) University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga University of Tennessee at Martin University of Texas at El Paso University of Vermont University of Wisconsin Milwaukee University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
University of Wyoming Upper Iowa University Valencia College Valparaiso University Ventura College Virginia Tech
Waukesha County Technical College Wayne County Community College District West Texas A&M University Western Connecticut State University Western Technical College Wilkes University
William & Mary Winthrop University Winona State University Xavier University of Louisiana York College of Pennsylvania

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Testimonials

“Candid Career’s School Branded Version (AlumNet) allows us to expand the ways that students and alumni learn about careers. The videos not only inform about careers but also model effective interviewing for information in manner that connects with current students and recent graduates. The staff and students who have used this tool have given us positive feedback. The Candid Career staff have been professional and easy to work with in the development of this product that enhances our services. We look forward to our continued partnership with Candid Career." –Cheryl Bonner, Director of Penn State Alumni Career Services


"There are other sources for career videos, but I choose Candid Career because of the structure of the videos themselves. Each career video provides consistent information which allows students to listen and compare/analyze what they have heard. Critical topics are addressed in every video that provides students a strong foundation for identifying career areas for additional research. Candid Career is a resource we are glad to provide to our students!" -Alease Copelin, Career Technology & Academic Counselor, Center High School (TX)


“I tend to use Candid Career with students who don't get the information they want from O*Net. It is nice to be able to skip to certain areas in the video (loves and challenges for example) and some students really prefer this mode (video) of learning about careers vs reading about it on a website.” –Stephanie Keeler, Career and Student Employment Advisor at Kalamazoo Valley Community College


“Candid Career has been an excellent career exploration tool for students at The University of Georgia. The career profile interviews are diverse, informative, and easy to search, while providing valuable insight into a variety of career areas.” –Scott T. Williams, Executive Director of The University of Georgia Career Center


“Candid Career was able to immediately differentiate itself from its competitors based on the high quality of its content and video production. College students are a tough audience to reach--to grab their attention you have to provide the information they're looking for and package it in a way that makes them want to check it out. When it comes to careers, that's no small feat.” –Shawn Graham, Author, Former Director of MBA Career Services at University of Pittsburgh


“I think this is a very helpful resource for students. It would help when exploring careers and when preparing for an interview. It would also be very useful for coaching undecided students” –Alison (Vanderbilt University)


“I love it! Wish I had something like this 5 years ago!” –Annelise (Penn State Alum)


“Candid Career has been a vital resource on my job search. It has given me exposure to real professionals that have helped me decide the right career track for me.” –Dina (Johns Hopkins University)

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