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Career Navigation Designed for All Learners

Career success depends on career readiness. Give students and alumni a career services platform that builds confidence and social capital.

Connect learners to the real world

Survey after survey shows the number one reason learners pursue a college degree is to get a great job. That means students expect their university experience to include career support. PeopleGrove’s Career Access Platform provides just that.

The benefits of using PeopleGrove

Students in Search of Their Passion

Free to explore careers

PeopleGrove recommends career paths for learners based on their personal interests. And it connects them to real alumni, who have shared stories and interests, who hold those careers right now - all so learners can ask what working in that field is really like.

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Give Students the Chance to Test Different Paths

Career prototyping

Every learner should be able to try new things, including different career paths, before they finish their degree or make a major career jump. By combining guided pathways and conversations, mentorship, and short-term projects, universities empower students to find out if a career is right for them before it's too late.

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Students Need a Good Job at Graduation

Improve career outcomes

With as many as 80% of jobs going unposted, getting an opportunity is too often “all about who you know.” That puts first generation learners and other disadvantaged groups behind. As a platform designed to connect learners through networking and mentorship, PeopleGrove helps make access to careers more equitable.

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Student Outcomes

Career guidance

After surveying students using PeopleGrove, data confirms that exploring careers in the platform is helping students with career readiness. 


of students say connecting with their PeopleGrove community made them more confident in their ability to be successful in the job market.¹


of students got advice through their PeopleGrove community that directly helped them get an internship.¹

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All the features a school needs to support social capital

With PeopleGrove’s Career Access Platform™, university offices, including career centers, gain a powerful, easy-to-use platform that benefits learners in so many ways.

Discussion Forum

Give learners a way to seek advice from the entire community.

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Content Management

Consolidate all career educational material for learners— videos, podcasts, articles, documents and more — in one place.

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Mentor Programs

Goal-oriented programs that assist learners in fostering meaningful connections with peers and alumni.

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Student & Alumni Groups

Interest-based communities for specific industries or locations.

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Event Tools

Get powerful tools to run both virtual and in-person career events, from ticketing to attendance tracking.

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Job Connections

Job boards, but way more helpful. This is a revolutionary way to offer internships, part-time, or full-time opportunities to students and alumni.

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Community-Based Projects

Unite communities and opportunities through a private marketplace of experiential learning projects.

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Add-ons & Integrations

Integrate Blackbaud, Salesforce, Zoom, and more with the PeopleGrove platform.

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Academic Advising

Remove the stress of scheduling appointments. Streamline note-taking and communication between staff members.

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Learn more about PeopleGrove's Career Access Platform™

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Universities Using PeopleGrove

A smarter platform for higher education

Research from The Grove

Enhance student and alumni experiences. View resources that support universities in a learner first approach.

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Career help, how it should be

With PeopleGrove, learners have the chance to explore different career paths
before committing to a major or job.