A little bit of background

Content categories are used to help organize all the content on your platform. You can create a group of categories for each type of content on your platform (i.e. job categories for jobs, event categories for events, etc.). You can't apply categories from one group to other types of content (if you feel that you might want to, that's a good sign that the category in question should actually be created as a community!).

Below, we've compiled a list of some of the most successful content category setups! Feel free to recreate these lists on your platform, or tweak them based on the goals of your institution!

Blogs: (1) career and professional development advice, (2) industry insights, (3) student and alumni success stories, (4) employer spotlights, (5) latest news

Classes: (1) career courses, (2) core classes, (3) special electives,

Employers: (1) local, (2) startup, (3) international, (4) open to sponsor international students

Experiences: (1) research opportunities, (2) study abroad, (3) employer treks, (4) volunteer trips, (5) employer projects / challenges

Events: (1) workshops, (2) career fairs, (3) info sessions, (4) webinars, (5) on-campus interviews, (6) networking events, (7) virtual events,

Jobs: (1) full-time, (2) part-time, (3) internship, (4) co-op, (5) remote

Organizations: (1) student organizations, (2) academic fraternities and sororities, (3) professional associations

People (Mentors): (1) alumni, (2) students / peers, (3) faculty, (4) community professionals

Resources: (1) writing samples, (2) guidelines and handbooks, (3) online tools, (4) quizzes and assessments, (5) industry research, (6) instructions and 'how to' guides, (7) hiring and recruitment policies, (8) helpful hints and support resources

Videos: (1) student and alumni interviews, (2) webinar / virtual event recordings, (3) tutorials, (4) video overviews

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