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    • NACE Assessments for Coaching Intensive I (Virtual)
      Tuesday, September 21, 2021

      Join NACE at their Virtual Assessments for Coaching Intensive I! In this full-day content rich webcast, attendees have the opportunity to dive deep into to the world of assessments.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue NACE’s Game Changers Series: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
      Tuesday, September 21, 2021

      Join Lynette Correa-Velez, Luis Amaro, and Doris Alcivar—co-leads of NACE’s Hispanic Serving Institutions Affinity Group—as they detail their stories, support of the association’s mission, and thoughts on becoming game changers.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue NACE Town Hall: The Hybrid Recruiting Season
      Wednesday, September 22, 2021

      We will talk with experienced recruiters about their plans for balancing in-person and virtual recruiting; what they need and want from career centers; how their summer internship programs performed; and what they learned over the past 18 months, including what worked, what didn’t, what will stick, and what won’t
    • event-icon-webinar-blue Involved to Employed: An Institutional Approach to Cocurricular Career Readiness
      Wednesday, September 29, 2021

      This session outlines the steps taken to understand and address the perceived connection of cocurricular involvement and employability.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue NACE’s Disability Signature Series  In Recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month
      Thursday, October 7, 2021 - Thursday, October 28, 2021

      NACE’s Disability Signature Series, in recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, unpacks time-tested strategies and best practices, compelling insights, and key tools to help talent acquisition professionals, career services practitioners, and others invested in working with students and new hires with disabilities enrich their knowledge and gain the understanding they need to work toward equity in employment.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue First-Gen Students: Barriers, Supports and Career Confidence
      Thursday, October 14, 2021

      This webinar explores how first-gen and non-first-gen college students perceive their own barriers and social supports through the lens of Social-Cognitive Career Theory, and examines how these perceptions impact career decision-self-efficacy.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue A Campus Wide Approach to Developing a Career Mindset: Dean Career Advantage
      Wednesday, October 20, 2021

      Beginning with the end in mind, learn how a small liberal arts college is transforming students’ career preparation through its Dean Career Advantage (DCA) approach. Panelists representing academic affairs, student affairs, and career services will focus on the why, the what, and the how of this campus-wide holistic approach to preparing students for their careers.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue Inclusion Exclusion: Identifying, Understanding, and Fixing Ineffective Diversity Programs
      Wednesday, October 27, 2021

      In this employer focused webinar, participants will learn to reimagine the relationship between “diversity” and “inclusion” to understand why many diversity programs fail.
    • NACE Coaching Fundamentals (Virtual)
      Tuesday, November 2, 2021

      Join NACE at their Virtual Coaching Fundamentals! In this half-day content rich webcast, provides coaching strategies and best practices to establish and conduct effective and ethical coaching sessions for clients.
    • event-icon-webinar-blue Engagement in State Workforce Councils Can Lead to Collaborations
      Tuesday, November 2, 2021

      Join this session to discuss the importance of being part of your state’s workforce councils and the value add this approach can have on students, industry, and education.

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