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  • The Career Counselor’s Guide: Instagram and Pinterest


    Thursday, April 24, 2014

    Did you know that Instagram and Pinterest can aid students in connecting with career opportunities? Do you want to know how you can help develop your students’ personal branding using social media? Are you familiar with the ways in which employers and recruiters use Instagram and Pinterest?

    What NACE Can Do for You!


    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

    Find out how to leverage your NACE membership! Take a quick dive into key benefits, resources, and tools you can use to work more efficiently and more effectively. Then use the Q&A portion to get answers to your specific questions!

    Personal Branding for the Job Search


    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

    Learn about instructional strategies that will help students and alumni build their personal brands for use in job searching. A step-by-step program on how to build and communicate one’s personal brand can help students and alumni become standout candidates to potential employers.

    Section 503: New Disclosure Strategies for Students With Disabilities


    Wednesday, May 14, 2014

    The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs issued new regulations mandating that private sector employers with more than $10,000 in contracted goods or services provision to any federal agency reach 7 percent representation of employees with disabilities in their work forces. Therefore, career services offices may begin to see a stream of employers seeking college students and recent graduates with disabilities, and asking for leads to such candidates.

    Enhancing and Leveraging the Employer and Career Center Partnership


    Monday, June 16, 2014

    Learn how to leverage and build your relationship with career centers to hire the best talent from your target schools. Take part and find out how your organization can become an “employer of choice”!

    Improve Your Intern Conversions in Just One Year


    Tuesday, June 17, 2014

    Learn how to streamline your intern conversion process quickly! Take part to get real-world examples from eBay’s experience.

    The Future of University Career Services


    Wednesday, June 18, 2014

    University career services has evolved over the past decades from placement centers, to career development and counseling centers, to dynamic networking centers with processes that have been accelerated by recent technological advances such as social media. What’s next?

    Nationwide Survey of Social Media Best Practices


    Thursday, June 19, 2014

    Do you know how to assess your social media efforts for effectiveness? Do you efforts correlate with your strategic plan?

    Getting to YES With Reluctant Faculty


    Friday, June 20, 2014

    How effective are your efforts to engage faculty in supporting career planning activities? Studies show faculty have more influence on students than anyone else on campus; at the same time, they are often reluctant to step into the career world.

    Section 503: Real-World Changes to Employer Recruiting Strategies


    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    As a result of Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ (OFCCP) revised regulations around disability hiring for private sector employers with federal agency contracts, employer recruiting strategies must change.

    Getting the Most Out of Salary Survey


    Wednesday, September 11, 2014

    Learn more about how you can use Salary Survey in your operation. Find out how to “read” the report and zero in on the data that matters most to you. You’ll also get a quick look at what the most recent report shows—and what it means!