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  • Bridging Theory & Practice Through Modular Program

  • Summary

    How can partnerships between career services and faculty support students in bridging the gap between classroom experiences and real-world application?

    Modules are highly focused programs of study that include related coursework, co-curriculars, and pre-professional experiences culminating in the creation of a capstone project. In this webinar, join staff from Northwestern University to explore modular programming strategies for engaging alumni, collaborative partners in career services and the faculty, and provide students with real-world experiences and connections.

    Explore modular programming strategies to develop yearlong programming inclusive of a project capstone, incorporate alumni advisory boards, and propel student outcomes through collaboration.

    Following this program, you will be able to:

    • Create new methods of partnering with faculty to create professional development outcomes for the classroom;
    • Prepare engagement opportunities with key alumni through mentorships; and
    • Develop tailored programming for students pursuing non-traditional career paths.


    Funmilayo Ojikutu, Assistant Director, EPICS, Northwestern University

    Michael Johnson, Director of Academic and Career Management, Northwestern University

    Visit the FAQ page or contact NACE Professional Development at, 610.625.1026.