Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017
Time: 1 — 2 p.m. ET
Career Level: Basic-, intermediate-, and advanced-level university relations and recruiting professionals
University Relations and Recruiting Competency: Critical Evaluation
Fee: $119 (member); $199 (nonmember)
If your organization is seeking top talent consider how service year alumni can meet that need: The Employers of National Service initiative builds a pipeline of alumni from service year programs such as AmeriCorps, Teach For America, Peace Corps, and others to careers in all sectors.
Individuals who do a service year are mission-driven, innovative, and team oriented. Alumni of service year programs report high levels of career-oriented soft skills including cultural competency, self-efficacy, and career-specific skills.
This webinar will share data about career-related outcomes of service year corps members, how service year positions translate to careers, and how employers can get involved with the Employers of National Service initiative to identify, attract, and recruit top talent.
Following this program, you will be able to:
Registration includes three-month, post-event access to the webinar archive.
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MacKenzie Moritz, Chief of Staff and Chief Partnerships Officer, Service Year Alliance
Moritz serves as Service Year Alliance’s chief of staff and leads several of the strategy teams. His passion for national service stems from his experience as a 2006 Teach For America (TFA) corps member and his experience working on TFA’s staff. As the managing director of TFA’s national recruitment strategy and technology team during the organization’s most successful recruitment seasons in TFA’s history, Moritz saw firsthand the potential for young people to come together to improve society—as well as the large number of young people eager to serve, but unable to find an opportunity to do so.
Moritz earned undergraduate degrees in economics and political science from the University of Florida and a master’s degree in education from the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he is a graduate of various fellowship programs, including the Montpelier Summit for Emerging Millennial Leaders, the State Department/RISD Human Centered Design & Public Policy Institute, and the AEI Leadership Network, and is a member of the NationSwell Council and the Armed Services Arts Partnership Advisory Council. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife Melissa.
Martin “Marty” Rodgers, Office Managing Director, Washington, D.C. Metro Office, Accenture
Rodgers is the office managing director for the Washington, D.C. Metro Office as well as the executive director of Accenture’s Nonprofit Group and International Public Sector Practice. He specializes in business strategy, IT strategy and transformation, change management, program management, business case development, and both business and enterprise architectures.
With nearly 20 years of federal, commercial, nonprofit ,and multilateral project management experience, Rodgers helps a range of diverse clients. As an advocate of corporate social responsibility, he was named office managing director for Accenture’s Washington, D.C. Metro Office in December 2014.
He currently serves as a member of numerous boards, including the Greater Washington Board of Trade, The Economic Club of Washington, Federal City Council, the Accenture Foundation, and the Board of Trustees at the University of Notre Dame. Rodgers also has 25 years of selected board, pro-bono, and staff experiences working with nonprofit organizations such as Teach for America, Save the Children, Children’s Defense Fund, Youth Service America, and many others.
Prior to Accenture, he served as a leader in the national and community service and work force skills fields, crafting numerous pieces of relevant legislation ranging from significant amendments in work-study and service-learning to notable laws including the King Holiday & Service Act, National & Community Service Trust Act of 1993, and School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1993.
He earned a B.A. in economics from the University of Notre Dame and an M.B.A. from Harvard University. He lives in Falls Church, VA, with his wife and three children.
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