NACE Webinars bring professional development right to you and your staff, in the convenience of your office for a single fee.
Webinars cover current topics, feature content experts, and provide for plenty of Q&A. The typical webinar runs one hour, so you can easily fit learning into your busy day. (Time zone permitting, try a “lunch and learn”!)
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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
OnlineMany organizations lack funding to provide personal enrichment and what is considered traditional professional development (i.e. sending employees to conferences). The University of North Texas (UNT) Career Center has been successful by providing fun and collaborative personal enrichment and professional development opportunities for the staff through Enrichment Fridays.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
OnlineThis webinar covers everything from authenticity, individuality, and how to showcase your company in the right way to the importance of third-party partner resources, virtual information sessions, and how to get your employees involved.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
This webinar will help increase participants control of their career by building on the metaphor of being a tiger and relating it to the elements of a successful career quest. They will learn about three main elements to the “tiger” model.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
OnlineThis webinar will provide career services professionals with a case study of the Rutgers’ program that employs collaborations with internal campus partners. We will share why we chose this program, the importance of the partnerships created, and the structure and criteria used. The webinar will then continue to discuss how we educate students about available opportunities while providing employers concentrated, targeted, and focused access to Historically Underrepresented Groups (HUGs) of interest.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
OnlineLearn how to successfully implement the newest features, create a winning LinkedIn profile that stands out, find the “right” people, and apply those new features as part of a well-designed recruitment strategy.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Online
The most common challenge amongst university relations is a healthy budget to engage in multiple services with the respective campuses you recruit at. The intent of this webinar is to showcase the traditional strategies vs. non-traditional strategies of campus recruiting through innovative best practices and engage you in a self-reflection approach of the actual “time” you are investing on campuses.
Monday, February 26, 2018
OnlineA new Congress and new Administration mean new policies and legislation that will affect higher education and employment. Learn what’s ahead, how it will affect your operation, and what you can do now to meet these challenges.
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Online
Are you currently meeting talented students in person? Johnson Controls wants to share how we are using innovative technologies to meet students virtually for internship and early career opportunities. We have piloted on-demand video interviewing at national diversity conferences and with our internship opportunities.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018; Wednesday, March 14, 2018; and Thursday, March 15, 2018
OnlineWould you like to learn the steps for creating a coaching alliance? Would your students benefit from coaching? Do you want to know the components of a coaching session?
Tuesday, April 3, 2018; Wednesday, April 4, 2018; and Thursday, April 5, 2018
OnlineThe NACE Coaching for Businesses and Organizations webinar series provides skills and strategies for professional leaders to leverage employees’ understanding of mission, resulting in positive change, increased productivity, and employee development. Using best practices and effective communication skills, leaders will identify measures for serving as a change agent within their organization.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
OnlineIn this webinar, you will participate in an interactive lecture and series of improvisation-based exercises led by professional improvisers.