• Webinars

    One Fee, No Travel Required

    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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    Upcoming Webinars:

  • Let’s Talk Student Leadership: Best Practices from Career Services


    Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    A critical skill in college-to-career readiness is leadership. But how are students today developing these skills for application in their post-college life? More importantly, how are educators cultivating these skills on campus?

    Career Services Programming Series: Develop and Manage a Job Shadow Program


    Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    DePaul University created a one-day shadow program to expose students to various functions at an organization through participation in a full workday, which includes individual meetings with managers and staff meetings. The Professional Exploration Program (PEP) offers students an in-depth examination of careers in a wide range of organizations and industries. We will review steps to develop a program, provide examples of templates, applications, and evaluations for a successful shadow, ways to establish partnerships with host employers, and best practices for program implementation and evaluation.

    Career Services Programming Series: CareerFEST: Engaging Students and Employers


    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    Learn how a STEM-focused school in Michigan is transformed into a 30-day career carnival. CareerFEST is a month-long exploration program for students looking for career opportunities. Throughout CareerFEST, students and employers engage informally in an experiential learning environment. Participants of this webinar will learn how they can conduct their own: Automotive Day, Steel Day, Foundry Day, Energy Day, and much more using the resources available at their respective career centers.

    Career Services Programming Series: Experiential Learning Requirement


    Thursday, September 22, 2016

    As career service professionals, we know that student involvement is critical to career success. Consequently, in the Metropolitan College (MC) program, we now require all students to complete an Experiential Learning Module when reaching the 60 credit hour milestone. This webinar will provide participants with information on strategies to develop and implement a similar experiential learning solution.

    NACE Viewpoint: Veterans


    Thursday, October 6, 2016

    Learn best practices and strategies around marketing and outreach to individuals with military experience. Individuals who are transitioning from the military to the civilian job sector have skills and expertise that make them quality candidates.

    Creating a Data Driven On-Campus Recruitment Strategy


    Thursday, October 13, 2016

    Effective recruitment strategies are a pivotal aspect of building relationships on-campus and obtaining and retaining high-quality talent to contribute to your organization's success. The job market is becoming progressively more competitive and skill sets continue to grow more diverse.

    Personal Development: Authentic Leadership


    Thursday, October 20, 2016

    Learn how authentic leadership has evolved and how it has been implemented across industries resulting in improved organizational performance, job satisfaction, and outcomes.

    Gamifying Career Concepts


    Tuesday, October 25, 2016

    Are you tired of delivering the same old workshops? Looking for a way to engage students around complicated concepts without resorting to stuffy lecture mode? It is time to GAMIFY!

    Veteran Hiring Done Right


    Wednesday, November 2, 2016

    Ingalls, along with several other organizations, have partnered with Fort Hood and Central Texas College to create industry specific training programs to train outgoing soldiers during the last part of their active duty. The program, Soldiers for Life, creates a tremendous opportunity for educators and employers to work together to take the skills inherent in veterans and prepare them for the next phase of their career. The program provides this transition while the soldier is still active, minimizing the pain of transition for the soldier and the employer.

    Embracing Chaos in Your Career Center


    Wednesday, November 9, 2016

    This webinar will introduce participants to the Chaos Theory of Careers (CTC) and one career center’s method for adopting it as a theoretical framework. CTC blends several theoretical and practical approaches, allowing career center staff the flexibility to address the challenges today’s students face by embracing unpredictability, complexity, and change in their lives and futures.

    Applicant Tracking Systems: What Career Advisors Need to Know


    Tuesday, December 6, 2016

    As most career counselors know, over 90% of large employers use Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) to track applicants and resumes and manage the entire recruitment process. However, a large quantity of outdated and incorrect information still circulates about ATSs and how they work. The presenters have conducted in-depth research and contacted ATS vendors, the vendors of resume parsing software which analyzes the data contained in resumes, and many recruiters who have used multiple ATS systems.

    Solving a Digital Recruiting Disconnect


    Thursday, December 8, 2016

    There is a disconnect between students and employers in digital recruiting communication. This webinar will explain how effective, customized electronic recruiting can engage top candidates who've become discouraged, distracted, or disinterested because of this disconnect.

    Build Meaning Through a First-Destination Study


    Tuesday, January 17, 2017

    Knowing, utilizing, and promoting the career outcomes of your students allows you to build value at your institution for your office and your work. First-Destination Studies capture the essence of this work and help your campus community to understand the significance of the services you provide. In this webinar you will explore the value of data collection and dissemination on your campus.

    Personal Development: Presentation Pointers


    Thursday, January 19, 2017

    Do you have trouble preparing an effective presentation? Are you interested in learning about different presentation methods? Attend this portion of the NACE Personal Development Series to learn strategies that will help you become a better presenter.

    Communication Strategies for Coaches


    Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Wednesday, February 8, 2017, and Thursday, February 9, 2017

    The Communication Strategies for Coaches three-part webinar series takes a deep dive into the essential communication skills needed to initiate a coaching plan with a client.

    Creating Virtual Programming for Alumni


    Tuesday, February 21, 2017

    With almost 300,000 alumni at the University of Georgia (UGA), it can be difficult to serve all career-related needs. While we cannot reach every alumnus at UGA, we can provide virtual programming that engages alumni all over the world.

    Internship Learning Outcomes


    Tuesday, March 14, 2017

    We know that internships are a win for both students and employers. Instead of measuring that win simply in terms of the number of students participating in internships, you can develop and assess interns’ learning outcomes. It’s a great way to kick your internship experience up a notch!