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A Study of Relationships between College Students' Campus Involvement and Employability Development –Based on Data of Private Universities in Northern Taiwan
In this research mainly investigating the relationships between college students’ campus involvement and employability development. Questionnaire survey method were used in this research, by creating a set of “College Students’ Campus Involvement Experience and Employability Development Survey” which consists of three parts followed by personal basic information, campus involvement experience and employability development. The personal background variables include gender, grade, faculty, dormitory experience, participation of student clubs and part-time jobs. Campus involvement experience include academic involvement, social involvement and extracurricular activity participation. Employability development consists of work responsibilities, discipline, continuous learning ability, problem solving ability, innovating ability, communication ability, team-working ability, stress resistance, career planning ability and leadership ability nine different variables. There are 572 valid samples in this research, including 225 male students and 347 female students. The results were analysis by descriptive Statistics, Independent-Sample t Test, One-way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment Correlation and Multiple regression analysis. The results are summarized as follows: 1.For Campus Involvement experience variable, Highest in interpersonal and lowest in attendance of extracurricular activities. 2.For Employability development variables, highest in work responsible discipline and lowest in extra-mural activities participation experience. 3.Different genders, faculty, dormitory experience, participation of student clubs and part-time jobs have significant differences on campus involvement. 4.Different genders, participation of student clubs and part-time jobs have significant differences on employability development. 5.Factors of campus involvement experience shows moderately correlations to employability development. 6.Academic involvement and interpersonal shows significant positive effects on employability. All extra-mural activities participation shows significant positive effects on employability, except working responsibility and discipline. The explanatory power is from 19.4% to 32.8%. According to these results, this research provides some suggestions towards university divisions, including developing great variety of attendance of extracurricular activities programs in order to raise higher campus involvement, helping university students to face employment development in future by understanding society trends and combine resources from different faculty and Student Affairs Office to improve students’ employability development. Suggestions towards university students are active participation in campus activities to gain their campus involvement experience, improve student and professors’ interaction to promote academic involvement and enhance connections to the society and understand the trends of society. Finally, suggests to further research are presented.
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