What is a career community? What factors should be considered when planning to facilitate, build, and implement a career community? How do faculty partners actively engage with the community to support efforts?
Join Stephanie Eberle, Assistant Dean and Executive Director, Stanford University, to explore the ways that career services has shifted its focus to a more holistic, community-based, faculty- partnership approach. This approach is used predominantly when academicians influence strategic and fiscal direction. This session outlines the importance of viewing faculty as partners, as opposed to collaborators, and provides data from recent faculty interest surveys and advisory board conversations to highlight areas where faulty interest aligns with those of career service professionals. Case studies from integrated learning environments, immersive curriculum, and career-related policy initiatives will provide examples of each of the four-parts of the new community development model to improve these relationships.
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Stephanie Eberle, Assistant Dean and Executive Director, Stanford University
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