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  • Roundtables

    Connect with your colleagues the “old fashioned” way—in person! NACE Roundtables are your opportunity to put a face with a name and expand your professional network.

    At a NACE Roundtable, you’ll share challenges, benchmarks, best practices, and more.

    You—and your colleagues—set the agenda, so you’ll spend your time addressing the issues that matter to you most.

    Questions/Offline Registration?
    Visit the professional development FAQ page, or contact the NACE Professional Development Team by e-mail or phone, 610.625.1026.


    1. University Relations and Recruiting Roundtable: Kansas City, MO

      Friday, February 14, 2020
      Kansas City, MO


      More than networking events, NACE roundtables engage members in deep-dive discussions of tried-and-true practices. Information gathered from those in attendance can be implemented and shared within your team to meet organizational goals.

    2. University Relations and Recruiting Roundtable: Tampa, FL

      Friday, March 6, 2020
      Tampa, FL


      More than networking events, NACE roundtables engage members in deep-dive discussions of tried-and-true practices. Information gathered from those in attendance can be implemented and shared within your team to meet organizational goals.

    3. Career Readiness Roundtable: Towson, MD

      Friday, March 20, 2020  
      Towson, MD


      Join like-minded professionals in deep-dive conversations on the topic of career readiness. Learn strategies and tactics to expand your existing organizational framework.

    4. STEM Roundtable: Claremont, CA

      Friday, April 17, 2020 
      Claremont, CA


      Gain insight from colleagues and peers on both sides of the field on the topic of STEM.

    5. Ethics in Coaching Roundtable: Manhattan, NY

      Monday, April 20, 2020
      Manhattan, NY


      Coaches will closely examine ethical guidelines from The Center for Credentialing and Education and the International Coaching Federation exploring scenarios where ethical considerations must occur.