• 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”!)

    All you need is Internet access to hear and see the presentation!

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  • Virtual Federal Advisor Training Series


    Tuesdays, June 9, 16, 23, 2015

    These convenient, online sessions equip you with the knowledge and resources you need to advise students on how to apply for jobs within a changing federal market. You’ll gain a better understanding of the government hiring process, find out how to advise students on federal opportunities, and lean how to build meaningful relationships with federal agencies.

    Helping Students Articulate the Value of a Liberal Arts Education


    Wednesday, July 22, 2015

    Curricular requirements enable liberal arts students to engage in coursework across the arts, sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

    Telling the Story Behind First-Destination Data


    Tuesday, August 11, 2015

    Colorado State University (CSU) recently launched “The CSU Effect,” a campaign aimed at educating prospective students, parents, legislators, current students, staff, and faculty on how first-destination outcome data relate to the university story of success.

    Employer Branding Is Dead


    Thursday, August 13, 2015

    According to the Harvard Business Review, meaning is the new money. What your organization stands for is the new currency.

    Professionalism Essentials for Students


    Wednesday, August 19, 2015

    Employers want graduates to bring the right blend of technical skills and professional behaviors to the workplace. Recent national surveys by York College of Pennsylvania's Center for Professional Excellence reveal that 97 percent of employers surveyed said colleges and universities should prepare students to be professional regardless of major.

    Student-Athlete Career Programs


    Thursday, September 3, 2015

    Learn how the University of Notre Dame’s student affairs and athletic departments collaborated to create a Student-Athlete Careers Program Director to meet the career services needs of the student-athlete population.

    Strategies for Hosting a Reverse Career Fair


    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

    Employers who recruit college students have increasingly been interested in gaining access to student leaders through student organizations. NACE research suggests that connecting with student organization membership can enhance the recruiting organization’s branding initiatives with diverse groups.

    A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Employer Relations


    Wednesday, November 11, 2015

    The Toppel Career Center at the University of Miami, in conjunction with the School of Business, added two career advisers to strengthen students’ skills and focus on professional development.

    Developing the Industry-Centric Career Cluster Model


    Wednesday, December 2, 2015

    Many in the career services profession believe that major doesn’t always equal career; however, office structures and practices don’t necessarily align with this philosophy. In a time of limited resources and countless priorities, the lack of synergy between professed ideals and operating practices can be a fruitless—and, at times, frustrating—endeavor.

    I Have the Data. Now What?


    Tuesday, December 8, 2015

    Recruiting professionals are quickly abandoning "off the top of my head" decision making and migrating toward "I know" decision making. However, companies who have taken the integral step to compile and implement employment data are faced with the question: "Now what?"

    Building Connections with Alumni


    Tuesday, December 15, 2015

    Once a student graduates, it is important for career centers to keep the connection—both parties can benefit from lasting relationships. Brooklyn College has placed a strong emphasis on building lasting connections with the students that have used their center. These relationships have resulted in hundreds of alumni serving as mentors, speakers, and even donating to the center. Learn how you can do the same.