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Tuesday, April 4, 2017, Wednesday, April 5, 2017, and Thursday, April 6, 2017
OnlineThe Examining the Coaching Culture three-part webinar series analyzes the increased use of coaching strategies by organizations that yield significant impact and positive results in employee engagement, motivation, and high performance.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
OnlineLearn best practices and strategies for working with millennials and Generation Z currently in college and for millennials already in the work force. You will receive a 360-degree view into this topic from career services and university relations and recruiting thought leaders, who bring first-hand experience in both advising and hiring millennial and Generation Z students.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017OnlineJoin NACE in the final installment of the NACE
Personal Development Series to learn strategies to become a better
presenter. Learn how to engage both introverts and extroverts into the
conversation and acquire engagement activities that accentuate both
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
OnlinePresenters will discuss how they have used NACE’s URR Standards and Competencies to leverage individual team member’s professional development in order to create a stronger talent pipeline within an existing URR program.
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
OnlineGain insight to leverage your experience as a NACE member through the NACE Evolve, Advance and Serve webinar. Offered as a free member benefit, this is a program you don’t want to miss!
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
OnlineThe career center at the University of North Texas established key campus partnerships in an effort to better educate students on the services provided at their institution. In doing so, they have created quality programming to reach a wide variety of students. Some of the programming that benefited from their collaborative efforts include growing the LGBT Fair into a Diversity Fair. The Diversity Fair included key stakeholders in the offices of Veterans Services, the Multicultural Center, The Pride Alliance, Spiritual Life, and Disability Accommodation.
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
OnlineAt Trinity University, career services joined with experiential learning under the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success in the spring of 2015. Career services continues to focus on employer relations, faculty relations, and providing career coaching and guidance to students while experiential learning reinforces these connections by facilitating internship development, a summer research program, course embedded projects, and service learning initiatives.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
OnlineThis webinar is geared to provide tools and strategies to professionals working with students, alumni, and/or even themselves who are assessing their career options after a career break. Whether one has taken time off to stay home with young children; to care for a sick parent; to retire; or to reassess their career plans, this webinar will provide a road map to professionals on how to best work with students, alumni, and/or themselves to help define their values, goals and priorities, build their personal brands, and chart their job search path.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
The disability landscape is always changing and it is important that institutions are providing their students with disabilities the most recent information to gain employment. It is imperative that career centers develop their knowledge and tools to effectively support all students in their career development and help create a more diverse workforce with equal opportunities for all individuals.