Are your current career and professional development programs and services underutilized? Do new students know your career services office even exists? Are you looking for ways to increase faculty engagement?
Join Jane Mall and Heidi Perman, University of Denver, to discover strategies to expand student engagement with your institution’s career and professional development programs and services beyond one-on-one coaching sessions and group programming while supporting your students as they achieve their career and professional development goals. By developing a faculty engagement strategy to scale career services offerings, career centers can reach more students without adding additional career advisors. Many students already turn to the favorite professor for career advice. A faculty engagement strategy can make sure that students are receiving appropriate and consistent career and professional development feedback as well as help inform students about workshops, resources, and events that career services provides.
Following this program, you will be able to:
- Develop a sustainable faculty engagement strategy;
- Use existing resources to implement and execute an effective faculty engagement strategy; and
- Leverage a faculty career champion initiative to help scale career services effectiveness.
Jane Mall, Director Campus Engagement, Career & Professional Development, University of Denver and Heidi J. Perman, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Career & Professional Development, University of Denver
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